Armed Forces of Ukraine will receive Polish-made kamikaze drones Warmate from Lithuania

20:18 26 August Kyiv, Ukraine

Part of the funds raised by the citizens of Lithuania under the Legion Of Boom initiative, namely 1,000,000 euros, will be transferred to the Lithuanian Ministry of National Defense and will be used to purchase 37 kamikaze drones from Poland and then sent to Ukraine.

For an effective fight against the Russian invaders, the Polish manufacturer WB Group will provide Ukraine with 10 drones free of charge,
Lithuanian Defense Minister Arvydas Anusauskas said on Twitter.
We add that Lithuanian journalist Andrius Tapinas collected funds for the Legion Boom initiative. As part of the initiative, Lithuanians raised about 2 million euros. In addition to Warmate, Lithuania also plans to purchase Ukrainian UJ-23 Topaz drones manufactured by UkrJet.
Combat Warmate, taking into account the load, reaches a mass of approximately 5.7 kg. They can fly up to 30 kilometers with a maximum speed of 150 km/h. Moreover, UAVs can carry explosives to strike enemy vehicles and command posts.