Sweden donates another $680 million in military aid to Ukraine

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Sweden's defense ministry said on Tuesday the Nordic country will donate military aid to Ukraine worth some 7.1 billion Swedish crowns ($682 million), including the transfer of equipment and fresh cash for arms procurement.

It will be Sweden's 15th round of aid for Ukraine and the Nordic country's biggest package to date, taking the overall aid since Russia's full-scale invasion in 2022 to around 30 billion crowns.

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“We will continue to support Ukraine for as long as it takes,” Defense Minister Pal Jonson told a press conference.

The latest package includes artillery and artillery ammunition, maritime assault vessels and other equipment, Sweden said.

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