Germany has delivered an additional batch of weapons to Ukraine. There are no "heavy" weapons in the new tranche.
This was reported by Spiegel.
Ukraine received 2,450 RGW-90 disposable handheld anti-tank grenade launchers, 1,600 DM22 handheld anti-tank grenade launchers and 3,000 DM31 anti-tank mines.
The information about the new deliveries was confirmed by the Ukrainian government circles. Ukraine ordered and paid for the RGW-90 anti-tank weapons, the so-called Matador, directly from the German manufacturer. Meanwhile, the anti-tank mines apparently come from the warehouses of the Bundeswehr (the armed forces of the Federal Republic of Germany).
The list of German arms deliveries is expanding with the next tranche. Berlin has already supplied Ukraine mainly with anti-tank weapons, armored vehicles, millions of cartridges of various calibers, and explosives. The supply lists also include 15 units of anti-bunker weapons, so-called bunker fists or remote detonators for explosive devices.
However, deliveries of the heavy weapons have not yet begun. The Bundeswehr is already training Ukrainian soldiers on the Panzerhaubitze 2000 SAU.
The delivery of the announced Gepard anti-aircraft tanks has also been delayed because ammunition for the system, which is now scarce, has to be sought from around the world.