Greece possibly sent 'tremendous amount' of weapons to Ukraine
According to a Greek news portal, the Greek government has likely sent or intends to supply a "tremendous amount" of weaponry to Ukraine.
According to a Greek news portal pronews.gr, the Greek government has likely sent or intends to supply a "tremendous amount" of weaponry to Ukraine, including around 120 armored vehicles, 15,000 explosives, and more than three million cartridges and other equipment.
According to the agency, Ukraine's stockpiles include 122 armored vehicles, 15,000 munitions, 2,100 missile projectiles, 20,000 Kalashnikov rifles, 3.2 million cartridges, 60 man-portable air-defense systems, 17,000 artillery rounds, and 1,100 anti-tank projectiles.
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According to the source, the delivery strategy involves six Greek C-130 cargo planes, ten Canadian planes, and five New Zealand planes.
The news outlet also accused Greek officials of withholding information on arms transfers to Kiev.
On February 27, Athens sent 40 tonnes of "defense equipment" to Ukraine via the border of Poland. Since then, the Greek government has indicated repeatedly that it will no longer supply additional weapons to Kiev in order not to jeopardize its own defense capabilities.
The reports of further shipments of Greek heavy weaponry to Kiev have sparked outrage from the opposition, which accuses Athens of endangering national security and concealing agreement specifics from the public.