Since the start of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, countries have come forward to offer military aid and assistance to Ukraine and surrounding countries. Here are the countries who have offered to help, and how:
European Union foreign ministers will come together for a virtual meeting on Sunday to adopt further measures in support of Ukraine and against "aggression by Russia," EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said late on Saturday.
"I will propose a package of emergency assistance for the Ukrainian armed forces, to support them in their heroic fight," he said on Twitter, adding that the meeting would start on Sunday at 1800 CET
Germany will supply 1,000 anti-tank weapons, 500 "stinger" surface-to-air missiles from German army stocks.
Germany has approved the delivery of 400 RPGs to Ukraine by a third country.
Germany had supplied the RPGs to the third country in the past, the diplomat said. Countries aiming to onpass German weapons exports need to apply for approval in Berlin first.
President Joe Biden instructed the US State Department to release up to an additional $350 million worth of weapons from US stocks to Ukraine on Friday as it struggles to repulse a Russian invasion.
In a memorandum to Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Biden directed that $350 million allocated through the Foreign Assistance Act be designated for Ukraine's defense.
Ukraine has been asking for Javelin anti-tank weapons and Stinger missiles to shoot down aircraft.
On Saturday, Blinken said in a statement that this third authorization for weapons shipments to Ukraine was "unprecedented."
The United States drew from US weapons stocks to supply Ukraine in the fall of 2021 and then again in December. Over the past year the United States has committed more than $1 billion in security assistance to Ukraine, Blinken said.
Belgium has accepted to provide 3,800 tonnes of fuel. Will also supply 2,000 machine guns to the Ukrainian army. Further analysis of applications continues.
Oekraïne heeft België gevraagd grote hoeveelheid brandstof te leveren voor bevoorrading Oekraïense troepen. Ons land gaat op die vraag in. Het gaat in totaal om 3.800 ton brandstof.België zal Oekraïense leger ook bevoorraden met 2.000 machinegeweren. Verdere analyse loopt.— Alexander De Croo (@alexanderdecroo) February 26, 2022
Belgium will deploy 300 troops in Romania as part of NATO efforts to strengthen its eastern flank, Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo said on Saturday, as Russia pounded Ukrainian cities with artillery and cruise missiles for a third day.
"Belgium assumes its responsibility within NATO Rapid Response, of which elements were activated yesterday. In the current phase, 300 Belgian soldiers will be deployed in Romania," he said on Twitter.
Belgium will also support the Ukrainian forces with 2,000 machine guns and 3,800 tons of fuel, according to De Croo, who added that the government in Brussels was looking into further requests for help from the government in Kyiv.
The Dutch government will supply 50 Panzerfaust-3 anti-tank weapons and 400 rockets, the ministry said in a letter to parliament.
The Netherlands is also jointly considering with Germany sending a Patriot air defense system to a NATO battle group in Slovakia, it said.
The Netherlands will also supply 200 air defense rockets to Ukraine as quickly as possible, the Dutch government said in a letter to parliament on Saturday.
It also said it will move Dutch embassy staff from the western Ukrainian city of Lviv to Jaroslaw, across the border in Poland, due to deteriorating security.
Based on requests from Ukraine "the Netherlands will provide 200 Stinger air defense rockets," the letter said.
"Along with our allies, the Defence Ministry aims to deliver these goods as quickly as possible."
The missiles are in addition to other equipment already promised by the Netherlands earlier this month, including rifles, ammunition, radar systems and mine-detecting robots.
The Czech government also approved on Saturday sending weapons and ammunition worth 188 million crowns ($8.57 million) to help Ukraine defend itself against Russia's attack, the Czech Defence Ministry said.
The shipment, which includes machine guns, assault rifles and other light weapons, will be delivered by the Czech side to a location picked by Ukraine, the ministry said.
"Our help is not over!" the ministry said on Twitter.
France has decided to send defensive military equipment to Ukraine to support the country against Russia's invasion, a French army spokesman said on Saturday, adding that the issue of sending offensive arms was still under consideration.
"You can imagine that shipping the equipment is complicated at the moment," a spokesman for the French army's Chief of Staff told reporters at a briefing.
Slovakia will send artillery ammunition and fuel worth a total of 11 million euros ($12.39 million) to Ukraine, Defense Minister Jaroslav Nad said on Saturday.
Nad said the shipment includes 12,000 rounds of 120-millimeter caliber ammunition, 10 million liters (2.64 million US gallons) of diesel fuel and 2.4 million liters of aircraft fuel.