Seoul plans to send another batch of non-lethal aid to Ukraine, South Korea’s Defense Ministry said on Thursday.
This would be the third such shipment of material support for the war-torn country.
The package, worth around 1.5 billion won ($1.18 million), is expected to arrive in Ukraine next month, according to the Yonhap news agency.
“We will consult with the related country to ensure that our aid can be delivered there at an early date,” Moon Hong-sik, the ministry’s deputy spokesperson, told a regular press briefing.
Moon described the latest package as equipment needed for “chemical, biological, radiological” protection.