Minister of Foreign Affairs Rastislav Káčer said this at a joint press conference with his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba in Kyiv, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
"We will continue to support you practically in your struggle. Yesterday our government approved a new military aid package – it includes ammunition, including large-caliber for fighter jets, warm clothes, other equipment," Káčer said.
He added that Slovakia will continue to provide humanitarian aid to Ukraine and will do everything to make it easier for Ukrainians to survive the winter.
"Russia is trying to humiliate people with poverty, to make their lives unbearable, so that discord will start between you. But this will never happen," the Slovak minister said.
As reported, Slovakia transferred 30 BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicles to Ukraine based an agreement with Germany.