Lithuania bought 27 Warmate kamikaze drones worth €1 million for the Ukrainian Armed Forces and received 10 drones as a gift
The Armed Forces of Ukraine will soon receive another gift from Lithuania in the form of barraging ammunition.
Here's What We Know
Lithuania purchased 27 Warmate kamikaze drones from Polish company WB Group. Ten more drones were provided free of charge by the manufacturer. The transaction amounted to €1 million, the Lithuanian journalist Andrius Tapinas reported on Twitter.
First part of Legion of Boom already set. Lithuanian MOD viceminister @VSemeska agreed to purchase 27 Warmate killer drones from Poland @WBGroup_PL. Additional 10 drones will be gifted by Polish makers.- Andrius Tapinas (@AndriusTapinas) August 26, 2022
Total deal - 1 mln. euro.
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The purchase of the bomber ammunition has already been agreed with the Lithuanian Ministry of Defense. Warmate kamikaze drones will be handed over to the Ukrainian Armed Forces at the request of the high command of the Ukrainian army. It should be noted that the Lithuanians raised more than €1.5 million in the Legion of Boom campaign.
Image: WB Group
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