U.S. and EU Continue to Support Ukraine with Weapons

According to foreign media reported on April 1, German Defense Ministry approved the delivery of 58 infantry fighting vehicles (IFV) to Ukraine. These vehicles armed with canons and machine guns.

They originally belonged to the former communist East Germany. It is reported that Berlin passed these IFVs on to Sweden at the end of the 1990s, which later sold to a Czech company by Sweden, and now aims to be sold to Kyiv by Czech company. As required, countries aiming to pass on German weapons exports need to apply for approval in Berlin first.

On the same day, at the request of Ukrainian President Zelenskyy, the United States will work with allies to transfer Soviet-made tanks to Ukraine to bolster its defenses in the Donbas region, citing a U.S. official.

Meanwhile, the White House revealed that the United States is providing Ukraine with supplies and equipment in case Russia deploys chemical or biological weapons in its invasion. Although there is no direct evidence that Russia has been planning such attacks, beside the United States, Europe has also launched a reserve operation to strengthen the defense against chemical, nuclear, and biological events.

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