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Three quarters of German arms exports go to Ukraine

Apr 10, 2024

Between 1 January and 27 March, the German government approved the export of military goods worth at least €4.89 billion - almost three quarters of this amount, 72% or €3.54 billion, is intended for Ukraine,

DW reports.

In the first year of Russia's full-scale war, in 2022, Germany approved the supply of weapons worth €2.24 billion to Ukraine, including air defense systems and heavy artillery.


In 2023, Leopard 2 main battle tanks were added to the list. The volume of export licenses for Ukraine increased to €4.4 billion.

In the first three months of 2024, exports have already reached €3.54 billion.

Singapore became the largest recipient country after Ukraine (583.9 million euros).

Author - Olena Madiak, 10/04/2024

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