In return, Slovenia will receive support from the United States to prepare its own military. The portal knows that the contribution of the United States will be greater than the value of equipment shipped to Ukraine.
BVP M80 tracks were manufactured in Yugoslavia from the 1980s to the 1990s. Vehicles were parked for a long time on the outskirts of the town of Pivka in southwestern Slovenia and took several weeks to prepare for use. The tanks are designed for a crew of three. They were equipped with a 20mm machine gun, machine gun and Maljutka anti-missile.
Slovenia’s Defense Minister Marjan Sarek told a meeting of NATO defense ministers last week that Slovenia still wants to help Ukraine.
He noted that the country has already sent a number of humanitarian and military donations to Eastern Europe.
At the same time, it added: the military “arsenals” they could supply were further outpaced. In the future, LJUBLJANA will be able to assist Ukrainian mines and train Ukrainian forces in Slovenia.
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