United Kingdom and Ukraine

Tanks Armored Personal Carriers
  • 35 FV103 Spartans [June 2022][133]
  • 40 FV104 Samaritans [Before October 2022][133]
  • 46 M113s [2022]
  • 100s Armoured Vehicles (Including FV430 Bulldog) [To be delivered][133]
Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles
  • Wolfhound Heavy Tactical Support Vehicles [Part of a batch of 80 AFVs. May 2022][133]
  • Mastiff Protected Patrol Vehicles [Part of a batch of 80 AFVs. July 2022][133]
Infantry Mobility Vehicles
  • Husky Tactical Support Vehicles [Part of a batch of 80 AFVs. June 2022][133]
Towed artillery
  • 54 105mm L118/L119s [Delivered from July 2022 onwards][133]
Self-Propelled Artillery
  • 20+ 155mm M109A4BEs (Bought from OIP Land Systems in Belgium) [January 2023][133]
  • 30 155mm AS-90s [Delivered from March or April 2023][133][457]
Multiple Rocket Launchers
  • 6 227mm M270B1 MLRS [Delivered from July 2022 onwards] (Norway delivered three M270s to the UK to allow the British Army to transfer three more modern M270B1s to Ukraine)[133]
  • 13 bulletproof Babcock Toyota Land Cruiser for civilian officials such as mayors and evacuation operations.[458]
  • 120 logistics vehicles [2022].[459]
  • 2 ambulances and 2 4×4 vehicles to the Ukrainian military.[460]
Air defense systems Electronic Warfare Equipment
  • “Electronic Warfare Equipment”[May or June 2022][133]
  • 3 Westland Sea Kings [January 2023][133]
  • “Loitering Munitions” [To be delivered][133]
  • Black Hornets [Before November 2022][133]
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles [To be delivered][133]
  • Malloy Aeronautics T150s [Delivered before October 2022][133]
  • Mamba Counter-Battery Radar Systems [September or October 2022][133]
Engineering equipment
  • Challenger Armoured Repair and Recovery Vehicles [March 2023][133]
Anti-Ship Missiles
  • AGM-84 Harpoon (Missiles) [June 2022][133]
Surface-To-Surface Missiles
  • 600+ Brimstone 1s [May 2022][133]
  • Brimstone 2s [November 2022][133]
Air-to-surface missiles Anti-tank weapons
  • 5,361 NLAW anti-armour weapons [From February 2022 onwards].
  • 200 Javelin anti-tank missiles [From February 2022 onwards].[463]
  • 100,000 of rounds of artillery ammunition (including 50,000 of rounds for Soviet-era artillery) [2022].[459]
  • 3,000,000 rounds of small arms ammunition [2022].[459]
  • 2,600 anti-structure munitions and 4.5 tonnes of plastic explosives [2022].[459]
  • 1000s of depleted uranium tank shells [April 2023].[464]
Military gear
  • 84,000 helmets[465]
  • 5,000 night-vision devices [2022].[459]
  • 8,450 sets of body armour [2022].[459]
  • 25,000 sets of extreme cold weather clothing [2022].[459]
Miscellaneous equipment
  • 20,000 sleeping bags [2022].[459]
  • 150 insulated heated tents [2022].[459]
  • Rangefinders [2022].[459]
  • Medical equipment [2022].[459]
  • Trained 22,000 Ukrainian troops as part of Operation Orbital [since 2015 to 2021].[466] This operation was suspended following the full-scale Russian invasion, a new British-led multinational operation commenced on 9 July 2022 as part of Operation Interflex.
  • 17 June 2022 the UK offered to set up Operation Interflex a program to administer and provide three weeks general infantry, first aid, cyber security, and counter explosive tactics training to 10,000 Ukrainian soldiers every four months,[467] this would better equip Ukraine to replace battlefield casualties. The program commenced on 9 July 2022[468] ultimately 10,000 Ukrainian troops passed through training during 2022, with an additional 20,000 to be trained in 2023.[469]
  • 8 February 2023, training program expanded to include conversion training of Ukrainian fighter pilots to NATO fighter jets and a training program for Marines.[470]
  • Deployment of RC-135W Rivet Joint surveillance aircraft to provide information on size and position of Russian forces.[471]
  • ISTAR (intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance) support, both standalone and in partnership with the United States.[472]
Financial aid:
  • 23 February 2022 – pledged £3.5 billion in British export financing, underwrote $500 million in MLDB borrowing and provided a £100 million loan via the World Bank for economic development.[473]
  • 3 March 2022- UK donated $100 million directly to the Ukrainian government budget to mitigate financial pressures created by Russia’s unprovoked and illegal invasion.[474]
  • 24 March 2022- £25 million in financial backing for the Ukrainian military.[475]
  • 9 April 2022- UK increased its World Bank loan guarantees to £730 million (US$1 billion).[476]
  • 25 April 2022- UK announced it was cutting tariffs and quotas on all trade with Ukraine to zero.[477]
  • 4 July 2022- During the Ukraine Recovery Conference in Lugano, Switzerland the UK committed to fiscal grants through the World Bank of £99m and to underwriting £429m ($525m) in a third tranche of World Bank lending.[478]
  • 19 August 2022 the UK committed £1.5m for the testing of grain sold by Russia to identify if it had come from Ukraine, and a package of rail support for grain exports.[479]
  • 13 April 2023 the UK pledged an additional $500m (£400m) of World Bank loan guarantees taking its total financial support pledged in 2023 to $1bn and £6.5bn of military/financial aid provided in total so far.[480]
  • Over £80 in funding for the NATO Comprehensive Assistance Package for Ukraine since February 2022.[481]
  • £100 million of humanitarian aid announced on 23 February 2022.[313]
  • £40 million additional humanitarian aid announced on 27 February 2022.[314]
  • Additional £80 million in aid to help Ukraine deal with humanitarian crisis on 1 March 2022.[315]
  • £4 million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine on 28 February 2022.[316]
  • In co-operation with Australia to United Kingdom will send hygiene kits, solar lights, kitchen sets and blankets along with other basic necessities. To displaced Ukrainians.[11]
  • UK announced the donation of a “fleet of ambulances” to Ukraine, on 6 April 2022.[317]
  • UK announced the amount it had donated through multilateral donor conferences for humanitarian aid totalled £394m so far on 9 April.[318]
  • On 6 May, the British government pledged £45 million to UN and humanitarian groups in and around Ukraine and additional medical supplies.[319]
  • As of 20 May, the British government has donated 11.07 million items of medicine and medical equipment to Ukraine.[320]
  • 4 July – The UK pledged to donate £10m for repairs to the Ukraine energy grid and for reconnecting homes and to guarantee £41m of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) loans to Ukrenergo, the Ukrainian national grid operator. The UK also committed an undisclosed sum to immediate life-saving assistance and demining operations through the £37m raised by the Partnership Fund for a Resilient Ukraine multi-donor fund.[321] The Partnership Fund for a Resilient Ukraine was launched by the UK in December 2021 with the aim to raise £35m from donors over the next three years for support in the conflict ravaged areas of Ukraine, it is supported by Canada, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States.[322]
  • On 15 July, the British government provided a £2.5 million package for the training of judges and forensic experts and for sending teams to the scenes of alleged Russian war crimes to aid Ukrainian prosecutors.[323]
  • On 19 August, the UK pledged £15m of funding to support the basic needs of 200,000 refugees in Ukraine and Poland.[324]
  • On 28 September, £300,000 donated to the HALO Trust by the Scottish government.[325]
  • In conjunction with Poland, the United Kingdom support (£10m funding) the building of two villages in Western and central Ukraine for internally displaced civilians (March 2023).[234]
  • On 10 June 2023 the British government announced £16 million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine, £10 to the Red Cross movement, £5 million to the United Nations OCHA and £1 to the UN IOM[326]
  • 15 June the Welsh Government announced the donation of an airport fire truck to Kharkiv airport. [327]
  • 7 July 2023 15 Rapid intervention vehicles and two major foam firefighting vehicles were pledged by the Royal Air Force and the Welsh Government. [328]
 Bailiwick of Jersey: £1,360,000 in humanitarian aid updated 8 April 2022.[329] 51 baby incubators funded by Jersey Overseas Aid and Crown Agents. Deliveries started on 31 May 2022.[330] An additional £400,000 in humanitarian aid donated to Ukraine on 17 February 2023.[331]  Bailiwick of Guernsey: £500,000 in humanitarian aid announced on 2 March 2022.[332][333] Donation of firefighting gear on 8 March 2022.[334]  Isle of Man: £500,000 of humanitarian aid on 21 March 2022.[335]