So it remains to be seen if European tanks will soon be heading towards Ukraine, but European money is already doing it. And after the United States (2.5 billion euros), Finland (400 million) and Germany (52 million), among others, pledged more money last Friday, the European Union is now also cooperating.
The European Union allocates another 500 million euros to supply Ukraine with weapons. This is on top of the €3.1 billion already earmarked for weapons for Ukraine.
The EU itself does not provide arms and other supplies to Ukraine for combat, but it reimburses the expenses of member states that do. They can advertise the costs they have incurred with the arms being delivered to the so-called European Peace Facility.