The Czech Republic found almost a million shells for Ukraine

Published February 19, 2024

The Czech Republic has found about 800,000 artillery shells of NATO and Soviet-era caliber that can be shipped to Ukraine in a few weeks.

However, for this, funding must be secured quickly.

Czech President Petr Pavel stated this during a debate at the Munich Security Conference.

According to the Czech President, the country’s representatives managed to find about 500,000 155-mm artillery shells and 300,000 122-mm shells abroad.

He added that they could be transported to Ukraine in a matter of weeks if funding is secured quickly.



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Published February 17, 2024

Czechia has found a way to acquire 800,000 shells for Ukraine but it needs funding to do so, Czech President Petr Pavel has said.

Source: Pavel in Munich at the Ukrainian Lunch organised by the Pinchuk Foundation, as reported by a European Pravda correspondent

Details: Pavel spoke at a panel discussion with the leaders of 5 EU member states and commented on the challenges of supplying weapons and ammunition to the Ukrainian Armed Forces. He said Prague had found a way to arrange such supplies.

“We need to support Ukraine by supplying ammunition from all possible sources. We need to be as innovative and flexible as Ukrainian soldiers and look for military equipment everywhere,” he explained.

Pavel noted that Czechia “looks for military supplies around the world and then works with our NATO partners” and specifically mentioned Denmark, the Netherlands, and Canada, which have provided resources to bring military equipment to Czechia. “And then we promptly transport it to Ukraine,” he explained.

Pavel added that Czechia had been successful in searching for it.



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Ukrainian servicemen sit atop an armoured fighting vehicle, as Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues, at an unknown location in Eastern Ukraine, in this handout picture released April 19, 2022. Press service of the Ukrainian Ground Forces/Handout via REUTERS THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY.
Published February 18, 2024

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Czech President Petr Pavel met briefly for talks on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference on Saturday. The Ukrainian leader thanked Mr. Pavel for the assistance that Czechia is providing to Ukraine in its defence against the Russian invasion and the Czech head of state assured him of continued support.

Prior to the meeting, President Pavel said that the Czech Republic has the possibility to buy hundreds of thousands of artillery ammunition for Ukraine in countries outside the European Union, but needs to find sufficient funding to do so. It is now negotiating the matter of finances with Denmark, the Netherlands and Canada. If the negotiations are successful Ukraine could receive the ammunition within a few weeks.




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