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Germany to Provide Ukraine With More Than $500 Million in Aid

A Ukrainian soldier in a trench near the front line in eastern Ukraine.

A Ukrainian soldier in a trench near the front line in eastern Ukraine.

Photographer: Miguel Medina/AFP/Getty Images

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has finalized a planned shipment of additional weaponry and ammunition worth more than 500 million euros ($499 million) to Ukraine, according to government officials familiar with the plans. 

The German government will provide more ammunition, anti-drone devices and armored recovery vehicles to Ukraine in the coming weeks as part of a fresh package announced by the German leader on Tuesday. Scholz spoke to a conference in Kyiv along with other world leaders via video link.