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Ukraine Aid Tracker – Economic, Military and Humanitarian

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Update 24.08. – 4.10. 2022

4 October (the 222nd day of war):

The United States announced that it will provide Ukraine additional military aid worth $625 million.

2 October (the 220th day of war):

Germany, Denmark and Norway will buy 16 Slovak Zuzana-2 howitzers for Ukraine worth €92 million. Delivery is planned for the next year.

28 September (the 217th day of war):

The United States announced that it will provide another $1.1 billion security assistance package to Ukraine.

France sent humanitarian aid worth €10 million. The aid left the port of Marseille for the port of Constanta, and will be delivered to Ukraine by land. This is the largest humanitarian aid provided by France to Ukraine since the beginning of the war.

16 September (the 205th day of war):

Greece announced that it will send 40 Soviet BMP-1 combat vehicles.

15 September (the 204th day of war):

Germany announced that it will send 50 Dingo armoured vehicles and two more Mars II multiple rocket launchers to Ukraine.

8 September (the 197th day of war):

The United States announced that it will provide another $675 million security assistance package to Ukraine.

29 August (187th day of war):

Norway announced that it will provide Ukraine 2 billion Norwegian kroner (almost €192 million) to buy natural gas for this winter.

Sweden announced an additional military aid to Ukraine worth $46.8 billion.

24 August (the 182nd day of war):

The United States announced $2.98 billion in aid to the Ukrainian military. This is the largest financial package that the United States has offered Ukraine since the beginning of the war.

Britain announced that it will provide Ukraine with military aid worth £54 million.

Update 22.05. – 19.08. 2022

19 August (the 177th day of war):

United States approves $775 million in additional military assistance for Ukraine.

Estonia will increase its defence aid, provide support for the training of Ukrainian soldiers in the UK and send a field hospital in cooperation with Germany, as stated by the Estonian Ministry of Defence.

15 August (the 173th day of war):

The Ukrainian Air Force received four helicopters (Mi-17 and Mi-21) donated by Latvia. In the near future, they will be fully integrated within the air fleet of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

11 August (the 169th day of war):

Several other donor states pledged more than $1.55 billion in aid at the donors’ conference in Copenhagen, as stated by the Danish Defence Minister.

The United Kingdom has committed to train more Ukrainian troops than initially planned (10 000 soldiers by October 2022).

07 August (the 165th day of war):

Between 12 August and 31 December 2022, the Swedish Armed Forces will send up to 120 instructors to the UK to conduct basic military training for Ukrainian citizens.

04 August (the 162th day of war):

Japan will provide Ukraine an additional dozen camera-equipped surveillance drones. Japan will also supply vans to be used for transporting personnel and food, as stated by the Japanese Defence Ministry.

01 August (the 159th day of war):

The Government of North Macedonia has donated at least 8 T-72 tanks.

31 July (the 158th day of war):

Italy approved its fourth tranche of military aid to Ukraine. As for the other four shipments that were previously sent, the type of weapons and the monetary value of the donation is still being kept secret.

29 July (the 156th day of war):

German Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht announced the transfer of 16 Biber armoured bridge layers to the Land Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

25 July (the 152th day of war):

The press secretary of the Polish Army, Krzysztof Płatek, confirmed the delivery of РТ-91 Twardy main battle tanks to Ukraine. The number of tanks were not disclosed.

23 July (the 150th day of war):

Personnel of the Royal Air Force Regiment of the United Kingdom will train 10,000 Ukrainians soldiers with little to no military experience at a British army base in North Yorkshire.

21 July (the 148th day of war):

Britain announced that it will send scores of artillery guns, more than 1,600 anti-tank weapons, hundreds of drones, counter-battery radar systems and over 50,000 rounds of ammunition to Ukraine.

18 July (the 145th day of war):

The European Union announced another €500 million in military aid.

12 July (the 139th day of war):

The United States announced that it will send $1.7 billion in economic aid. This tranche is part of the $7.5 billion in economic support announced by the United States in May for Ukraine.

7 July (the 135th day of war):

Canada announced that it will send 39 armoured vehicles to Ukraine. They are to be delivered by the end of the summer.

4 July (the 132nd day of war):

The European Union announced that it has mobilized €6.2 billion for Ukraine since the beginning of the war in the form of economic aid.

1 July (the 129th day of war):

The United States announced another $820 million in military aid. It includes missiles, shells, surface-to-air missile systems (NASAMS) and anti-battery radar systems.

Norway announced that it will provide Ukraine with €1 billion in aid for defence, population support and reconstruction.

29 June (the 126th day of war):

The United States announced that it will send $1.3 billion in economic aid. This tranche is part of the $7.5 billion in economic support announced by the United States in May.

Britain announced that it will provide another £1 billion in military aid. Thus, the economic and military aid offered by Great Britain to Ukraine in the last six months reaches £3.8 billion.

28 June 2022 (the 125th day of war):

According to German Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht, Germany and the Netherlands will soon hand over six more Panzerhaubitze2000 self-propelled artillery units to Ukraine.

The European Union starts the delivery of more than 90 off-road trucks to support Ukraine’s Armed Forces.

27 June 2022 (the 124th day of war):

French Defence Minister Sebastien Lecornu has said that Paris will send “significant quantities” of armoured personnel carriers and confirmed that it will send six additional Caesar self-propelled howitzers, in addition to the 12 that have already been transferred to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

23 June 2022 (the 120th day of war):

The United States is sending more rocket artillery, thousands of howitzer rounds and patrol boats to help Ukraine defend key cities in the Donbas. The $450 million security assistance package includes four High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS) – truck-mounted weapons that can hit targets out to 40 miles.

22 June 2022 (the 119th day of war):

According to the German Embassy in Ukraine, Germany and the Netherlands will donate 12 Panzerhaubitze 2000 self-propelled howitzers.

21 June 2022 (the 118th day of war):

Ukraine’s Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov stated that the country had received the first Panzerhaubitze 2000 howitzers from Germany.

15 June 2022 (the 112th day of war):

US President Joe Biden announced a new $1 billion package of weapons and ammunition for Ukraine, following a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelensky, in which he reaffirmed Washington’s support for Kyiv against Russia’s offensive.

8 June 2022 (the 105th day of war):

The World Bank announced $1.49 billion of additional financing for Ukraine.

Norway donated 22 self-propelled howitzers, spare parts and ammunition.

According to the BBC, Ukraine has received more than $4 billion in military aid since the beginning of the war.

6 June 2022 (the 103rd day of war):

Britain announced that it would send M270 long-range rocket artillery systems.

5 June 2022 (the 102nd day of war):

Spain announced that it would send anti-aircraft missiles and Leopard battle tanks.

1 June 2022 (the 98th day of war):

The United States announced that it would send HIMARS missile systems to Ukraine.

29 May 2022 (the 95th day of war):

The Czech Republic announced that it intends to send Ukraine weapons worth $26 million to $30 million. At the same time, the Czech Minister of Defence stated that Prague has sent Kiev military aid worth more than $150 million since the beginning of the war.

Poland gave Ukraine 18 AHS Krab self-propelled howitzers and trained about 100 soldiers to operate them.

28 May 2022 (the 94th day of war):

Lithuania’s Laisvės TV announced that it raised €5 million from donations. With this money, they will buy a Bayraktar drone and offer it to Ukraine.

Ukrainian Defence Minister Oleksiy Reznikov announced that his country started receiving Harpoon anti-ship missiles from Denmark and M109 self-propelled howitzers from the United States.

25 May 2022 (the 91st day of war):

The Romanian Government approved humanitarian aid and fuel from its state reserve to Ukraine totalling 10 million lei (approximately €2 million). The government approved the removal of some products from the state reserve granting them, free of charge, in emergency humanitarian aid to the Botoșani, Suceava and Vaslui counties.

The Romanian Orthodox Church announced that it has offered humanitarian aid to Ukraine and Ukrainian refugees in Romania totalling 35 million lei (approximately €7 million) since the beginning of the war.

The British government approved the sale of the Chelsea football club for approximately £4 million. The money will go to a special fund to help the victims of the war.

Lithuania announced that it would send about €15.5 million worth of military equipment to Ukraine. The aid consists of 20 M113 armoured personnel carriers, 10 military vehicles and 10 demining vehicles.

20 May 2022 (the 86th day of war):

The European Commission disbursed €600 million in emergency Macro-Financial Assistance to address Ukraine’s acute financing needs, thereby ensuring it can keep on running essential services and addressing basic daily needs. This disbursement is the last tranche of the €1.2 billion financial aid package the Commission announced at the end of January 2022.

19 May 2022 (the 85th day of war):

The US Congress approved nearly $40 billion in military, economic, and humanitarian aid for Ukraine and its European allies. Of this amount, $25 billion are meant for immediate economic and military support to Ukraine. Also, the United States announced that it will offer another $100 million in military assistance.

Japan decided to offer a $300 million loan to Ukraine.

16 May 2022 (the 82nd day of war):

Japan and Ukraine signed an agreement according to which Tokyo offered Kiev $100 million in loan for 30 years, with a 10 years grace period. The loan is intended to help vulnerable people in Ukraine.

8 May 2022 (the 74th day of war):

The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that he will provide another £1.3 billion in military support and aid to Ukraine.

6 May 2022 (the 72nd day of war):

The United States announced that it will offer Ukraine another $150 million in military assistance.

30 April 2022 (the 66th day of war):

Japan and Ukraine signed a bilateral agreement in which Tokyo offered Kiev a grant of $2.61 million for the purchase of medical equipment.

29 April 2022 (the 65th day of war):

Denmark announced it will send kr. 600 million (€81 million) in weapons, including 50 upgraded M113 armored personnel carriers, anti-tank mines, 120 mm M / 10 mortars and thousands of shells.

Poland delivered to Ukraine 100 T-72 tanks (including T-72M1, T72-M1R and BWP-1) and 100 R-73 air-to-air missiles for the MiG-29 / Su-27 fighter jet. It provided a total of $1.6 billion (zł 7 billion) in military assistance.

26 April 2022 (the 62nd day of war):

Norway allocated $43.7 million for British efforts to procure weapons and ammunition for Ukraine and said it could also make direct contributions from its own inventory in the future. In addition, Norway decided to provide humanitarian assistance amounting to almost €100 million.

22 April 2022 (the 58th day of war):

UK support stands now at over £1 billion. The UK offered approximately £730 million ($950 million) in financial guarantees so the World Bank can lend more without taking resources away from the rest of the world. Alongside this, the UK is providing £394 million in grant aid, including £74 million ($100 million) to the Multi Donor Trust Fund, which will help ensure continued provision of vital humanitarian assistance and basic services for Ukrainians.

$500 million (Canadian dollars) for military assistance in lethal and non-lethal weapons were dedicated to Ukraine in the Canadian budget for the fiscal year 2022-2023.

21 April 2022 (the 57th day of war):

The United States authorized a $800 million security package for Ukraine and announced that it would provide another $500 million in economic aid.

At the Ukrainian government’s request, the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs Crisis and Support Center delivered 28 tons of medical equipment. The shipment is directed to Ukraine and is coordinated by the EU Civil Protection Mechanism. The 28 tons include oxygen generators allowing treatment for up to 500 patients, 50 sets of respiratory equipment and 4.5 tons of medicines.

19 April 2022 (the 55th day of war):

Japan announced a $300 million loan to Ukraine.

Norway sent further military assistance, including 100 Mistral anti-aircraft missiles produced in France and an undisclosed number of launchers.

13 April 2022 (the 49th day of war):

The United States authorized a $800 million security assistance package.

9 April 2022 (the 45th day of war):

Ukraine receives from the UK: 120 armored vehicles and new anti-ship missile systems, in addition to the £100 million offered on April 8 and anti-tank weapons worth £88 million, an undisclosed number of Starstreak anti-aircraft missile systems, 2,000 new anti-tank light weapons (NLAWs) and 3615 Javelin anti-tank systems with 6,000 defense missiles.

On the occasion of the “Stand up for Ukraine” campaign, which was held in Warsaw on April 9 and organized in cooperation with Canada and the European Commission, the Prime Minister of Canada announced that Canadian humanitarian assistance will be increased by additional $100 million (Canadian dollars).

8 April 2022 (the 44th day of war):

Estonia delivered a total of 1,377 tons of weapons worth 222 million, including FGM-148 Javelins, anti-tank mines, small arms, ammunition, protective equipment, 13 vehicles, 50,000 field rations and 9 howitzers D-30.

United Kingdom announced a £100 million package of weapons and equipment in addition to the £350 million military assistance delivered so far and £400 million in humanitarian aid.

Australia announced that it would send anti-armor weapons, armored vehicles and ammunition worth of $19.8 million.

7 April 2022 (the 43rd day of war):

Bulgaria announced that it would offer 2,000 helmets and 2,000 bulletproof vests for civilian use only.

6 April 2022 (the 42nd day of war):

According to the Ministry of Defense, Latvia’s military aid to Ukraine is estimated at 220 million, in addition to the undisclosed number of Stinger anti-aircraft missile systems already delivered. Latvia also helped Ukraine with a €1.2 million humanitarian aid package and a €5 million contribution to the World Bank’s Multi Donor Trust Fund.

5 April 2022 (the 41st day of war):

The United States authorized a $100 million security assistance package.

2 April 2022 (the 38th day of war):

The Government of the Republic of Moldova sent its first humanitarian aid package in its history, worth L24 million or 1.2 million.

1 April 2022 (the 37th day of war):

The United States Department of Defense announced that it will send a $300 million security package.

31 March 2022 (the 36th day of war):

The French Ministry of Economy and Finance announced a 300 million budgeting loan for Ukraine to help the country cope with the economic and social consequences of the war.

30 March 2022 (the 35th day of war):

The United States announced its intention to provide the Ukrainian government with $500 million in direct budgetary aid.

Norway announced another delivery of 2,000 M72 LAWs (light anti-tank weapon).

26 March 2022 (the 31st day of war):

The United States announced that it plans to provide Ukraine with $100 million in additional civil security assistance to enhance Ukraine’s Interior Ministry’s ability to ensure border security and protect critical government infrastructure.

24 March 2022 (the 29th day of war):

The United States announced that it was ready to provide $1 billion in humanitarian assistance to those affected by the war and by its global effects. Washington announced that it will provide Ukraine and its neighbors with $320 million in funding for democracy and human rights.

23 March 2022 (the 28th day of war):

The German Defense Ministry announces that it will supply Ukraine with another 2,000 anti-tank weapons (Panzerfaust 3) from Bundeswehr stocks. The German government said it intends to transfer more than 1 billion in military aid.

20 March 2022 (the 25th day of war):

Australia commits to an additional $21 million support package of defensive military assistance.

16 March 2022 (the 21st day of war):

The United States authorized a $800 million security assistance package for Ukraine.

Lithuania’s total military aid to Ukraine is 29 million. The Lithuanian president announced that at least 10 million in additional military aid will be provided, including night vision devices and anti-drone weapons. The Lithuanian Minister of Defense states that the weapons sent by Lithuania include Stinger missile systems, “but also other anti-aircraft and anti-tank weapons, grenades, machine guns, machine guns, communications.” Lithuania stated that it sent in-kind humanitarian and financial assistance amounting 40 million.

12 March 2022 (the 17th day of war):

The United States authorized a $200 million security assistance package.

11 March 2022 (the 16th day of war):

The European Commission disbursed €300 million in emergency Macro-Financial Assistance. This is the initial amount of a first €600 million installment under a new €1.2 billion emergency MFA programme.

10 March 2022 (the 15th day of war):

The US Congress approved a $13.6 billion military, humanitarian and economic assistance package for Ukraine and its European allies. This amount also includes the costs of transporting US military troops and equipment to Europe and of replenishing weapons stocks sent to Ukraine. Kiev will receive about $7.1 billion, of which $4.1 billion for humanitarian purposes and about $3 billion for military needs. The package also includes grants and loans for Ukraine and other countries that want to buy weapons from the United States.

The United States announced that it will send another $53 million package of humanitarian assistance to Ukraine through the International Development Agency (USAID).

7 March 2022 (the 12nd day of war):

Germany sends to Ukraine 2,000 Strela missiles (of which 1,500 were delivered before February 17), vehicles, 350,000 rations, 100 MG3 and 8 million cartridges ammunition in addition to the 37.3 million previously sent in defensive weapons. After a first shipment of 500 Strela missiles on March 17, another shipment of 1,500 units arrived on March 25.

The Netherlands contributed $89 million to the World Bank’s “FREE Support Package for Ukraine”.

Sweden contributed $50 million to the World Bank’s “FREE Support Package for Ukraine”.

United Kingdom is committed to providing $100 million under the same support package.

3 March 2022 (the 8th day of war):

Poland announced the donation of zł 30 million by the Polish Development Bank (BGK).

2 March 2022 (the 7th day of war):

Spain announced military support in lethal weapons, including 1,370 anti-tank grenade launchers, 700,000 rifles and an undisclosed number of machine guns and light machine guns.

1 March 2022 (the 6th day of war):

The European Commission stated that the total announced support package for Ukraine and neighboring countries is 500 million.

Australia provided around $70 million in lethal military assistance to support the defense of Ukraine, including missiles and weapons. 

28 February 2022 (the 5th day of war):

Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer approved the shipment of protective equipment for the Ukrainian civilian forces: 10,000 helmets, vests and more than 100,000 liters of fuel.

Croatian Defense Minister, Mario Banožić approved military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine worth kn 124 million (16.5 million) in lethal military equipment, including infantry weapons and protective equipment. At least 20,000 Zastava M70 assault rifles were also donated.

The Czech Ministry of Defense approved military aid worth Kč 400 million ($17.7 million) of lethal military equipment, including 10 Strela-2 anti-aircraft launchers with 160 missiles.

Denmark allocated another kr. 100 million (13.4 million) for humanitarian aid.

Finland sent 2,000 bulletproof vests, 2,000 helmets, 100 stretches, 2,500 assault rifles with 150,000 cartridges, 1,500 disposable anti-tank weapons and 70,000 field rations.

Belgian Prime Minister, Alexander De Croo announced that his country will send 3,000 automatic rifles and 200 anti-tank weapons.

The Norwegian government announced that it will send 2,000 M72 LAWs (light anti-tank weapons).

27 February 2022 (the 4th day of war):

The United States announced that it will send $54 million in humanitarian assistance through the International Development Agency (USAID).

The Belgian government announced that it will send 3,000 machine guns and 200 anti-tank weapons.

The Czech Ministry of Defense approved military aid worth Kč 188 million ($8.3 million) of lethal military equipment.

Denmark delivered 2,700 M72 LAW anti-tank light weapons, 300 FIM-92 Stinger anti-aircraft systems, 25 Sky-Watch tactical drones.

Even before the war broke out, the Netherlands approved military aid for Ukraine totaling €7.4 million. A military package was also delivered, including 50 Stinger anti-aircraft system with 200 missiles and 50 Panzerfaust 3 launchers with 400 missiles.

The Norwegian government allocated of up to kr. 2 billion in humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and will provide military equipment such as helmets and bulletproof vests.

Romania delivered a military tranche worth €3 million, consisting of fuel, bulletproof vests, helmets, ammunition, food, water and medicine.

Italian Foreign Minister, Luigi Di Maio approved €110 million in military aid for Ukraine.

26 February 2022 (the 3rd day of war):

The United States authorized $60 million in immediate military assistance.

The Belgian government announced that it will send 2,000 machine guns, 3,800 tons of fuel and personal protective equipment.

Denmark delivered 2,000 bulletproof vests, 700 first aid kits and allocated kr. 50 million (€6.7 million) for humanitarian aid.

France announced another supply of defense equipment (in addition to what it had offered before the outbreak of war) worth about €120 million, including protective equipment, fuel, anti-tank launchers Milan and Javelin, dozens of CAESARS artillery shells, Mistral anti-aircraft defense systems, infrared systems and ammunition.

25 February 2022 (the 2nd day of war):

The United States authorized a $350 million security assistance package.

The Czech government approved Kč 1.5 billion ($66 million) to provide accommodation, food and hygiene products to refugees and Kč 300 million ($13.2 million) in humanitarian aid for Ukrainian civilians.

French President, Emmanuel Macron announced a €300 million financial donation to Ukraine.

24 February 2022 (the 1st day of war):

The United Kingdom offered a £500 million loan to support Ukraine in response to Russia’s aggression.

Poland’s Central Bank made a $1 billion swap line available to the National Bank of Ukraine on the U.S. dollar-hryvnia currency pair. In addition, about 37 trucks with humanitarian aid, weapons and military equipment were delivered to Ukraine.

The Czech Republic announced that it is providing Kč 300 million for humanitarian assistance.

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