Scholz admired the Ukrainian fighters and promised further military assistance

20:17 25 August Kyiv, Ukraine

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz visited the Putlos military base, where the Armed Forces of Ukraine are trained to operate Gepard self-propelled anti-aircraft guns.
 
At the meeting, he noted that Germany intends to help "provide the soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine with the optimal support they need."
 
This was reported by local media.

Scholz promised that Germany would continue to transfer heavy weapons to Kyiv. He, in particular, named self-propelled howitzers, multiple launch rocket systems and the IRIS-T air defense system, capable of protecting the airspace of an entire city.
 
In addition, the German leader expressed his admiration for the Ukrainian soldiers for their courage and thanked the trainers
Bundeswehr for the preparation of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Scholz did not ignore the most self-propelled anti-aircraft guns Gepard and was amazed by their capabilities.. As writes AFP, the chancellor saw how effective and efficient they are in organizing defense against air attacks.