Germany cannot provide Ukraine with all types of weapons that the Bundeswehr has. Because it is necessary to study what kind of weapons the Ukrainian side can use.
This is reported by Handelsblatt.
"We can't just supply everything that some firm has somewhere. Perhaps we can do more in cooperation with NATO partners. We have to study what the Ukrainian side would be able to use," said Bundestag defense commissioner Eva Hegl.
She stressed that everything should be done to support Ukraine, from sanctions, to agreements on energy imports, to arms supplies and humanitarian aid.
"On the issue of arms deliveries, we are doing more than what is being discussed in the public debate," Hegl added.
Meanwhile, Greek Defense Minister Nikos Panayiotopoulos said that the country will no longer supply weapons to Ukraine, Euractiv writes.
According to the minister, the supply of large quantities of weapons could reduce Greece's defense capabilities, especially on the islands.
"The weapons that have already arrived in Ukraine have been allocated from reserves. Sending more is not considered," Panayiotopoulos noted.