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Germany and Ukraine

Germany dedicates .57% of its GDP to defending Ukraine

Total commitments

22.055bn € (Rank: 2)

0.568% of GDP (Rank: 10)

Military commitments

17.702bn € (Rank: 2)

0.456% of GDP (Rank: 11)

Humanitarian commitments

2.946bn € (Rank: 1)

0.076% of GDP (Rank: 8)

Financial commitments

1.407bn € (Rank: 7)

0.036% of GDP (Rank: 16)

Video from Zelenskyy TG, in Kyiv, Text of From Ukrainian Foreign Ministry

BILATERAL COOPERATION BETWEEN UKRAINE AND GERMANY

POLITICAL DIALOGUE

1. Recognition of Ukraine: December 26, 1991.

2. Restoration of diplomatic relations: January 17, 1992.

3. High-level dialog

Contacts and visits of top officials 

February 14, 2022 – the German Chancellor Olaf Scholz visits Ukraine. Meeting with President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Kyiv.

May 05, 2022 – the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy has a telephone conversation with the Federal President of Germany F.-W. Steinmeier.

May 08, 2022 – the President of the Bundestag Baerbel Bas visits Ukraine.

June 01-03, 2022 – the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk visited Germany.

June 16, 2022 – the Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz visits Kyiv with the leaders of four countries: Italy, France, and Romania.

June 30, 2022 – the President of Ukraine V. Zelenskyy has a telephone conversation with the Federal President F.-W. Steinmeier.

September 04, 2022 – the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal visits Berlin. Meeting with Federal President F.-W. Steinmeier, Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck.

October 20, 2022 – the President of Ukraine V. Zelenskyy has a phone conversation with the Federal President F.-W. Steinmeier.

October 25, 2022 – the Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier visits Ukraine. Meeting with the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

October 24-26, 2022 – the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal visits Berlin. Meeting with the Federal President F.-W. Steinmeier, Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck. Participation in the V Ukrainian-German Business Forum and the International Expert Conference on the Restoration, Reconstruction and Modernization of Ukraine.

January 17, 2023 – the President of Ukraine V. Zelenskyy has a telephone conversation with the Federal President F.-W. Steinmeier.

February 8, 2023 – trilateral meeting of the President of Ukraine V. Zelenskyy with the Federal Chancellor of Germany O. Scholz and the President of France E. Macron in Paris.

May 14, 2023 – the President of Ukraine V. Zelenskyy pays an official visit to Berlin.

May 20, 2023 – the President of Ukraine V. Zelenskyy meets with the Federal Chancellor of Germany O. Scholz at the G7 Summit in Japan.

June 01, 2023 – a joint meeting of President of Ukraine V. Zelenskyy with the leaders of Germany, France and Italy (Chisinau, Moldova).

In 2022, the President of Ukraine V. Zelenskyy has had 11 phone conversations with the Chancellor Olaf Scholz – on February 24, March 01, March 10, March 12, March 28, April 10, May 17, June 08, September 07, October 31, November 29.

Since the beginning of 2023, the President of Ukraine V. Zelenskyy has had the following telephone conversations with the Chancellor Olaf Scholz: 06.01, 25.01, 30.05.

Dialogue at the level of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Contacts and visits of the foreign ministers

 January 17, 2022 – visit of the Federal Foreign Minister of Germany Annalena Baerbock to Kyiv.

February 07-08, 2022 – visit of the Federal Foreign Minister of Germany Annalena Baerbock to Kyiv and to the contact line in eastern Ukraine.

May 10, 2022 – visit of the Federal Foreign Minister of Germany Annalena Baerbock to Kyiv and Bucha.

May 11-14, 2022 – the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba visits Berlin and Lübeck to participate in the G7 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting.

August 31, 2022 – Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba meets with the Federal Foreign Minister of Germany Annalena Baerbock on the sidelines of the Anthem Conference in Prague.

September 10, 2022 – the Federal Foreign Minister of Germany Annalena Baerbock visits Kyiv. Participation in the Yalta Security Conference, meeting with Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba.

December 01, 2022 – Minister for Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba meets with the Federal Foreign Minister of Germany Annalena Baerbock on the sidelines of the OSCE Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Lodz, Poland.

January 10, 2023 – visit of the Federal Foreign Minister of Germany Annalena Baerbock to Ukraine. Joint trip to Kharkiv with the Minister Kuleba.

During 2022, the Minister for Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba had the following phone conversations with the Federal Foreign Minister of Germany Annalena Baerbock on 07.02, 25.02, 09.03, 15.03, 02.04, 26.05, 06.07, 27.10.

Since the beginning of 2023, the Minister for Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba has had telephone conversations with the Federal Foreign Minister of Germany Annalena Baerbock – 14.06.

4. Interparliamentary cooperation

The activities of groups on interparliamentary cooperation, which are working bodies for the implementation of projects of cooperation between the legislative bodies of both countries, are of great importance.

The Parliamentary Group of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on Interparliamentary Relations with the Federal Republic of Germany was established on December 18, 2019 (co-chairs – S. Taruta (All-Ukrainian Union “Batkivshchyna”) and H. Yanchenko (Political Party “Servant of the People”).

On March 23, 2022, a new German-Ukrainian Group for Interparliamentary Cooperation of the 20th Bundestag was formed, consisting of 20 MPs and headed by Robin Wagener (Union 90/Greens). The German-Ukrainian group of the previous 19th convocation of the Bundestag was headed by Omid Nuripour (current leader of the party Alliance 90/The Greens).

Contacts between the Chairmen of the Verkhovna Rada and the Bundestag since 2022:

On February 25, 2022, the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk had a telephone conversation with the President of the Bundestag Baerbel Bas.

On March 03, 2022, the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk had a telephone conversation with the President of the Bundestag Baerbel Bas.

On March 16, 2022, the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk took part in a meeting of the Heads of Parliament of the Group of Seven + Ukraine.

May 08, 2022 – the President of the Bundestag Baerbel Bas visits Kyiv.

On May 18, 2022, the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk had a telephone conversation with the President of the Bundestag Baerbel Bas.

On June 01-03, 2022, the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk visited Berlin.

August 23, 2022 – the  Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk had a telephone conversation with President of the Bundestag Baerbel Bas.

On September 15-17, 2022, the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk paid his second visit to Berlin.

On October 24, 2022, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk met with President of the Bundestag Baerbel Bas on the sidelines of the first parliamentary summit of the Crimean Platform in Zagreb.

On February 1-2, 2023, the Vice President of the German Bundestag Katrin Göring-Eckardt visited Ukraine.

On February 9, 2023, the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk had a telephone conversation with the President of the Bundestag Baerbel Bas.

5. Existing bilateral high-level bodies

Name: Ukrainian-German High Level Group on Economic Cooperation.

Legal basis for its establishment:

Based on the agreements reached during the first working visit of the President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko to Germany (March 8-9, 2005) and negotiations with Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder.

Number of meetings held: 12 meetings.

The last meeting of the Working Group was held online on October 24, 2022, under the chairmanship of Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine Olha Stefanishyna and Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action Dr. Franziska Brantner.

The Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Olha Stefanishyna chairs the Ukrainian delegation.

6. Legal framework

Development of the legal framework in 2022.

Date 

Name 

Act

  1.  

07.12.2022

Grant Agreement between Ukraine, represented by the Minister of Finance of Ukraine, and KfW – IDP Resilience Program in Ukraine and Separate Agreement to the Grant Agreement between Ukraine, represented by the Minister of Finance of Ukraine, and KfW – IDP Resilience Program in Ukraine

Signing and entry into force

  1.  

04.11.2022

Working Program of Cooperation 2024 to the Joint Statement on Legal Cooperation between the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine and the Federal Ministry of Justice of the Federal Republic of Germany dated March 13, 2017..

Signing and entry into force

  1.  

25.07.2022

Loan and Grant Agreement between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and KfW and the Enterprise Development Fund, Project “Refinancing of Energy Efficient Investments of Small and Medium Enterprises of Ukraine through the Financial Sector (Enterprise Development Fund III and IV)”

Signing and entry into force

  1.  

24.06.2022

Agreement between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany on a grant of the Federal Republic of Germany in favor of Ukraine to meet its budgetary needs in order to stabilize the economy of Ukraine in accordance with the instrument established by the International Monetary Fund for the administrative account for Ukraine

entry into force 24.06.2022

  1.  

24.05.2022

Agreement between the National Bank of Ukraine, the Federal Bank of Germany and the Ministry of Finance of Germany on the exchange of hryvnia in Germany

Signing and entry into force

  1.  

22.03.2022

Joint Statement on Amendments to the Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Ukraine and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany on an Unrelated Financial Facility in the Amount of EUR 500 million dated April 1, 2015

Signing and entry into force

7. Trade and economic cooperation

In terms of bilateral trade between Ukraine and European countries in 2022, Germany ranks 2nd after Poland with a share of 13.0%.

In 2022, the volume of trade in goods and services between Ukraine and Germany decreased by 25.2% to $7.65 billion. The volume of Ukrainian exports decreased to USD 2.78 billion, while imports from Germany fell to USD 4.86 billion.

The structure of exports of Ukrainian goods to Germany: electrical machinery (19.4%); seeds and fruits of oil plants (13.4%); wood and wood products (9.0%); ferrous metal products (6.8%); furniture (6.2%); nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery (6.0%); cereals (5.9%); clothing and clothing accessories, textiles (4.0%).

Structure of imports from Germany: means of land transport other than railways (24.9%); nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery (11.9%); mineral fuels, oil and its distillation products (9.5%); pharmaceutical products (8.1%); plastics, polymeric materials (5.5%); electrical machinery (5.3%); various chemical products (3.6%); optical, photographic instruments and apparatus (3.0%).

Exports of services: telecommunication, computer and information (29.1%); transportation (27.7%); processing of material resources (18.9%); business (15.9%); repair and maintenance (2.8%).

Imports of services: transportation (42.3%); telecommunications, computer and information (22.3%); royalties and other services related to intellectual property (11.4%); business (10.0%); financial activities (3.4%).

Ukrainian community

According to the official data of German authorities, about 150,000 ethnic Ukrainians were registered in Germany before Russia’s full-scale armed aggression against Ukraine. According to the Central Register of Foreigners, as of June 2023, there were more than 1 million Ukrainians in Germany seeking protection from the war. 846,000 of them are officially registered for temporary protection (§24 AufenthG).

Most of temporary protection seekers from Ukraine have been registered in Nordrhein-Westfalen (224.000), Bavaria (152.000), Baden-Württemberg (136.000), Niedersachsen (111.000).

Historically Munich, Berlin, Hamburg, Hannover, Nuremberg, Regensburg, Ulm, Braunschweig, Frankfurt-am-Main, Freiburg, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, Dresden and Leipzig have been considered as centres of Ukrainian settlement.

Over 50 Ukrainian civil organizations have been officially registered in Germany. Their main activities are directed at organizing cultural events, teaching Ukrainian language and volunteering. There are also Orthodox and Greek-Catholic Church communities.

Some newly established organizations have been founded in response to Russia’s full-scaled invasion in order to provide humanitarian relief, psychological and social adaptation, implement political and civil activities.

Since its foundation in 2018 the Ukrainian radio TremBeats FM has been functioning in Germany. Some new media initiatives have also developed recently in order to provide accurate and up-to-date information for Ukrainian citizens in the Ukrainian language (Amal Berlin, the Ukrainian Newspaper of Germany, etc).

  • One mobile field hospital worth €5.3 million and associated training of medical staff in February 2022[136]
  • One mobile field hospital in September 2022 in a joint project with Estonia[137]
  • Evacuating and treating wounded Ukrainian soldiers in Germany since 2014[138][139]
  • 50 Unimog medical transport vehicles.[140][141]
  • 14 pallets of medical supplies.[142]
  • 65 refrigerators for medical supplies[143]
  • 1200 hospital beds[143]
  • €430 million allocated for humanitarian aid (e.g. mine clearing projects) by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs[144]
  • €10 million disaster relief[144]
  • €185 million by the Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development to support families displaced within Ukraine[144]
  • €200 million package announced by German government to aid Internally displaced persons in Ukraine on 4 September 2022.[145]
  • Nine generators provided to the city of Vinnytsia by the Ministry of foreign affairs 27th June 2023.[146]
  • One bus converted into a mobile medical practise.[147]
* Purchases by the German government from defence companies. ** Purchases by Ukraine. Delivered: (as of August 2023). Surface-To-Air Missile (SAM) Systems (2 Systems And 1 Battery)
  • IRIS-T SLM Systems* (Three Launchers Per System) [October 2022 and April 2023].
  • Patriot Battery [April 2023].
Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns (34)
  • 46 Gepards* [Training started in June 2022. Delivered from July to September 2022 (30), February 2023 (2) and March 2023 (2)] and additional 12 between April and August 2023.
Multiple Rocket Launchers (5)
  • 5 227mm M270 ”MARS” [Arrived to Ukraine in July (3) and October 2022 (2)].
Laser-Guided Rocket Systems (20)
  • 20 70mm Laser-Guided Rocket Launchers On Pick-Up Trucks [December 2022].
Self-Propelled Artillery (14)
  • 14 155mm PzH 2000s [April 2022. Training completed in May 2022. Arrived to Ukraine in June (7), July 2022 (3) and October 2022 (4)] (Delivered along with 10.500 155mm rounds).
  • 155 mm SpGH Zuzana* self-propelled howitzers (project financed jointly with Denmark and Norway)
Tanks (Unknown Number)
  • T-72M1s [2022] (Delivered from Czech stocks in exchange for 15 Leopard 2A4 MBTs and 1 Büffel ARV through the ‘Ringtausch’ programme).
  • 28 M-55S’ [October 2022] (From Slovenian stocks in exchange for 45 MAN 8×8 trucks through the ‘Ringtausch’ programme).
  • 18 Leopard 2A6s [March 2023].
  • 10 Leopard 1 A5 [between April 2023 and August 2023].
Infantry Fighting Vehicles (110)
  • 40 BMP-1A1s [Delivered from October 2022 onwards] (From Greek stocks in exchange for 40 Marder IFVs through the ‘Ringtausch’ programme).
  • 30 BVP-1s [November 2022] (From Slovak stocks in exchange for 15 Leopard 2A4 MBTs through the ‘Ringtausch’ programme).
  • 40 Marder 1A3s [March 2023].
Armoured Personnel Carriers (54)
  • 54 M113G3DK/G4DKs [July and August 2022] (M113s taken from Danish stocks and subsequently overhauled with German funding).
Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles (50)
  • 50 Dingos [November and December 2022].
Man-Portable Air Defence Systems (3,200) Anti-Tank Weapons (23,800)
  • 900 Panzerfaust 3 RPGs [2022] (Delivered along with 3000 DM72A1 (PzF 3-IT) and 50 DM32 Bunkerfaust rounds).
  • 7,944 RGW 90 Matador RPGs** [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].
  • 14,900 DM31 And PARM DM22 Anti-Tank Mines [2022].
Anti-Drone Systems And Jammers (148)
  • 10 Anti-Drone Guns* [2022].
  • 55 Anti-Drone Sensors And Jammers* [2022] (Including 32 Frequency Range Extension Devices).
  • 12 Electronic Anti-Drone Devices* [2022].
  • 2 Large Anti-Drone Jamming Systems* (Installed on HMMWV IMVs) [August 2022].
  • 1 communications electronic scanner/jammer system* [May 2023].
  • 7 Radio Jammers* [August 2022].
  • 90 Drone Detection Systems* [December 2022, February and March 2023].
Radars (10)
  • 8 Ground Surveillance Radars* (Installed on HMMWV IMVs) [August 2022].
  • Cobra Counter-Battery Radar System* [September 2022].
  • TRML-4D [October 2022 and April 2023].
Surveillance Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (86+)
  • 54 Vectors** [June 2022].
  • 32 Reconnaissance UAVs* [November 2022 and March 2023].
Unmanned Ships (10)
  • 10 Unmanned Surface Vessels* [October and November 2022].
Unmanned Vehicles (7)
  • 7 THeMIS UGVs For Casualty Evacuation [December 2022].
Engineering Vehicles And Equipment (68)
  • 5 Pionierpanzer 2A1 Dachs Armoured Engineering Vehicles (AEVs) [March 2023].
  • 15 Bergepanzer 2 Armoured Recovery Vehicles (ARVs)* [August, October and December 2022].
  • Bergepanzer 3 Armoured Recovery Vehicles (ARVs) [March 2023].
  • 8 Brückenlegepanzer Biber Bridgelayers [November 2022 and February 2023].
  • 6 Wisent 1 Mine-Clearing Tanks* [March 2023].
  • 11 Remote Controlled Mine Clearance Systems* [August 2022 and January and May 2023].
  • 3 GCS-200 Remote Controlled And Protected Mine Clearing Systems [January 2023].
  • 6 HEP 70 Mobile Decontamination Vehicles [August 2022].
  • 17 Heavy And Medium Bridge Systems* [November 2022].
Vehicles (~896)
  • 12 Oshkosh M1070 Heavy Equipment and Tank Transporters* [November and December 2022].
  • 18 Bandvagn 206 all-terrain carriers
  • 17 HX81 Heavy Equipment and Tank Transporters Along* [January and May 2023] (Including 12 Trailers).
  • 12 Heavy Duty Trailer Trucks [December 2022].
  • 30 Armoured Volkswagen Amarok SUVs [2022].
  • 35 Heavy Duty 8×8 Trucks [December 2022].
  • 4 Heavy Duty 8×6 Trucks* [April 2023] (Including 20 Containers).
  • 26 Load-Handling Trucks 15 Tonnes [January and February 2023].
  • 140 Zetros Trucks [January to August 2023].
  • 288 All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), Minibuses And Trucks [2022 and 2023].
  • 179 Pick-Up Trucks [2022 and January and May 2023].
  • 130 Border Protection Vehicles (Iveco VM90s, Iveco ACL 90s and Renault TRM 2000s) [October, November, December and 2022, and January, February, March, April and May 2023].
  • 36 Ambulances [November and December 2022].
  • 8 Forklifts [October, November and December 2022 and March 2023].
  • 2 Airport Fire Trucks [December 2022].
  • Aircraft Refuelling Trucks [February 2023].
  • Dump Trucks [February 2023].
  • Unimog Trucks [February 2023].
Small Arms (700)
  • 200 MG 3 General-Purpose Machine Guns [2022 and 2023] (Delivered along with 500 spare barrels and breechlocks).
  • 500 Heckler & Koch SFP9 Pistols [March 2023].
Ammunition
  • Additional Missiles For The IRIS-T SLM SAM System* [November and December 2022 and January and April 2023].
  • 100 Missiles For The Patriot SAM Battery [April 2023].
  • Ammunition For The 227mm M270 ”MARS” MLRS [July and October 2022 and March 2023].
  • 59,000 rounds of 35mm ammunition for Gepard SPAAG [Delivered from June 2022 onwards].
  • 4,000 rounds of 35mm practice ammunition for Gepard SPAAG [August 2022].
  • 23,500 155mm artillery rounds for PzH 2000 SPG [Delivered from June 2022 onwards] (Including at least 1000 flare and 2000 smoke rounds).
  • SMArt 155 guided artillery rounds for PzH 2000 SPG [Delivered from June 2022 onwards].
  • 255+ Volcano guided artillery rounds for PzH 2000 SPG [March 2023].
  • 83,520 rounds of 40mm ammunition for automatic grenade launchers [September and December 2022 and April 2023].
  • 20mm Ammunition for the Marder IFV [March 2023].
  • 3 million rounds of 5.56×45mm ammunition [2022].
  • 5 million rounds of 7.62×51mm ammunition [2022].
  • 14.1 million rounds of small arms ammunition [2022].
  • 100,000 DM51/DM51A2 hand grenades [2022].
  • 3,000 DM72A1 (PzF 3-IT) for Panzerfaust 3 [2022].
  • 50 DM32 Bunkerfaust rounds for Panzerfaust 3 [2022].
  • (Artillery) Ammunition [March and April 2022].
  • 5,300 explosive charges [2022].
  • 100,000 metres of detonating cord [2022] (Delivered along with 450,000 detonators).
Military Clothing
  • 28,000 Helmets [2022].
  • 15 Palettes Worth Of Military Clothing (Including 1300 Bulletproof Vests) [2022].
  • 116,000 Winter Jackets [2022].
  • 80,000 Winter Trousers [2022].
  • 240,000 Winter Hats [2022].
  • 600 Safety Glasses [2022].
  • 353 Night Vision Goggles [2022].
Miscellaneous Equipment
  • MiG-29 Fighter Jet Spare Parts [2022].
  • Mi-24 Attack Helicopter Spare Parts* [November 2022].
  • Leopard 2A6 MBT Spare Parts [March 2023].
  • Marder 1 IFV Spare Parts [March 2023].
  • M2 Browning Heavy Machine Gun Spare Parts [2022].
  • 38 Laser-Range Finders [2022].
  • 40 Laser-Designators [2022 and January 2023].
  • 42 Mobile Antenna Mast Systems* [January, February, March and April 2023].
  • 10 Containers [February 2023].
  • 16 Palettes Worth Of Materiel For Explosive Ordnance Disposal [2022].
  • 290 Binoculars [2022].
  • 1 High Frequency Unit [August 2022].
  • 1 Radio Frequency System [2022].
  • 3,000 Field Telephones [2022] (Delivered along with 5000 cable reels).
  • 2 Hangar Tents* [March 2023].
  • 200 Tents [2022].
  • 14,000 Sleeping Bags [2022].
  • 2,725 Generators [2022 and 2023].
  • 36,400 Wool Blankets [December 2022].
  • 10 Winter Camouflage Nets [February 2023].
  • 148 Mobile Heating Systems [November and December 2022].
  • 405,000 Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [2022].
  • Diesel And Gasoline [2022. Supplies ongoing].
  • 10 Tonnes Of AdBlue [2022].
To Be Delivered: (as of May 2023). Surface-To-Air Missile (SAM) Systems (6 Systems And 12 Launchers)
  • 6 IRIS-T SLM System* (Three Launchers Per System) [To be delivered].
  • 12 IRIS-T SLS Launchers* [To be delivered].
Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns (18 SPAAGs And 1 System)
  • 18 Gepards*.
  • 1 Oerlikon Skynex System*.
Self-Propelled Artillery (34)
  • 18 155mm RCH 155s [To be delivered] (Purchased by Ukraine from Krauss-Maffei Wegmann through the security capacity building fund).
  • 16 155mm ShKH Zuzana 2s [To be delivered] (Joint purchase by Germany, Norway and Denmark from Slovakia).
Tanks (110)
  • 110 Leopard 1A5s [To be delivered] (In cooperation with the Netherlands and Denmark).
Armoured Fighting Vehicles (100)
  • 100 ”Armoured Fighting Vehicles” (Likely to be Fuchs and or Boxer APCs) [To be delivered].
Infantry Fighting Vehicles (20)
  • 20 Marder 1A3s [To be delivered].
Anti-Tank Weapons (5,000)
  • 5,032 Man-Portable Anti-Tank Weapons [To be delivered].
Anti-Drone Systems (30)
  • 30 Drone Detection Systems* [To be delivered] (Including 8 Frequency Range Extension Devices).
Radars, Jammers And Reconnaissance Systems (76)
  • 7 TRML-4Ds [To be delivered].
  • 8 Mobile Ground Surveillance Radars And Thermal Imaging Cameras* [To Be Delivered].
  • 40 Ground Surveillance Radars* [To Be Delivered].
  • 3 Drone Sensors* [To Be Delivered].
  • 12 Communications Electronic Scanner/Jammer Systems* [To Be Delivered].
  • 1 Satcom Surveillance System* [To Be Delivered].
  • 5 SurveilSPIRE Mobile Reconnaissance Systems* [To Be Delivered].
Surveillance Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (413)
  • 308 Reconnaissance UAVs* [To Be Delivered].
  • 105 Vectors** [To Be Delivered].
Unmanned Ships (10)
  • 10 Unmanned Surface Vessels* [To Be Delivered].
Unmanned Vehicles (7)
  • 7 THeMIS UGVs For Casualty Evacuation [Second quarter of 2023].
Engineering Vehicles And Equipment (70)
  • 1 Pionierpanzer 2A1 Dachs Armoured Engineering Vehicles (AEVs) [To Be Delivered].
  • 18 Brückenlegepanzer Biber Bridgelayers [To Be Delivered].
  • 40 Wisent 1 Mine-Clearing Tanks* [To Be Delivered].
  • 7 Protected Mine-Clearing Systems* [To Be Delivered].
  • 1 Remote Controlled And Protected Mine Clearing Systems* [To Be Delivered].
  • 3 Heavy And Medium Bridge Systems* [To Be Delivered].
Vehicles (807)
  • 12 Oshkosh M1070 Heavy Equipment and Tank Transporters* [To Be Delivered].
  • 376 Border Protection Vehicles (Iveco VM90s, Iveco ACL 90s and Renault TRM 2000s) [To Be Delivered].
  • 73 HX81 Heavy Equipment and Tank Transporters Along With 86 Trailers* [To Be Delivered].
  • 12 Heavy Equipment Transporters Along With 4 Trailers [December 2022].
  • 18 Heavy Duty 8×8 Trucks [To Be Delivered].
  • 3 Heavy Duty 8×6 Trucks* [To Be Delivered].
  • 78 Heavy Duty Trailer Trucks* [To Be Delivered].
  • 10 Protected Vehicles* [To Be Delivered].
  • 180 Trucks* [To Be Delivered].
  • 30 Tanker Trucks* [To Be Delivered].
  • 2 Tractors Along With 4 Trailers [To Be Delivered].
Small Arms (200)
  • 100 GMG Automatic Grenade Launchers* [To Be Delivered].
  • 100 MG5 General-Purpose Machine Guns* [To Be Delivered].
Ammunition
  • Additional Missiles For The IRIS-T SLM SAM System* [To Be Delivered].
  • 26,350 155mm Artillery Rounds For PzH 2000 SPG* [To Be Delivered].
  • 132,480 rounds of 40mm ammunition for automatic grenade launchers [To Be Delivered].
  • 300,000 rounds of 35mm ammunition for Gepard SPAAG [To Be Delivered].
  • 105mm rounds for Leopard 1A5 [To Be Delivered].
  • 20mm rounds for Marder IFV [To Be Delivered].
Miscellaneous Equipment
  • 1 vehicle decontamination system [To Be Delivered].
  • 8 mobile antenna mast systems* [To Be Delivered].
  • 5 bridges for Biber bridgelayes [To Be Delivered].
  • 26 interchangeable loading system (for trucks) [To Be Delivered].
  • 130 heating systems [To Be Delivered].
  • 50 field heaters [To Be Delivered].
  • Oil heaters [To Be Delivered].
  • Military winter clothing [To Be Delivered].
  • 450+ generators [To Be Delivered].
  • 2,000 portable lighting systems* [To Be Delivered].
  • Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [To Be Delivered].
Financial aid
  • €1.83 billion in bilateral aid since 2014.
  • Approx. €4 billion via the EU in the form of grants and loans since 2014.
  • €240 million via the EU in loans in 2022.
  • Loan of over €150 million via KfW in April 2022.
  • €425 million via the ‘Stand Up For Ukraine’ pledging campaign and an additional 70 million for medical aid via the EU.
  • Over €1 billion additional military aid to Ukraine for weapons purchases in April 2022.
  • Additional €1 billion pledged in the form of grants in May 2022.
Sources