Estonia is looking at another €21 million from the European Peace Facility as compensation for Ukraine arms aid, in addition to €135 million already earmarked. This covers roughly half of the aid of the weapon Estonia has sent Ukraine, Report informs, citing foreign media sources.

“The European Union has approved a total of six European Peace Facility (EPF) aid packages with a total volume of €3.1 billion. The recent compensation package for Ukraine arms aid was approved on October 17. Estonia stands to get back a total of €156 million,” Ministry of Defense press representative Thomas Mell told ERR.