More Danish weapons might be sent to Ukraine

Denmark regularly receives lists from Ukraine of things that are needed and which are assessed on a case-by-case basis

As reported earlier this week, Denmark sent up to 2,700 anti-tank missiles to Ukraine.

Now, it has emerged that the government is considering sending more shipments of weapons.

“I will certainly not deny that there may be more, but we look at it continuously,” said defense minister Morten Bødskov.

Denmark regularly receives lists of things that are needed in Ukraine. It will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

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The first package on its way
For obvious security reasons, the defense chief Flemming Lentfer did not reveal the whereabouts of the anti-tank missiles apart from the fact that they left Denmark already.

However, he did say that the mobile hospital made it to Poland and will cross the Ukrainian border with help of the EU.

It can accommodate 30 people at a time and can potentially help treat hundreds of injured a day.

Lentfer said that sanitary bags and safety vests were also sent to Ukraine.

“It is equipment and weapons that can be used immediately by the Ukrainian forces,” he said.