Yesterday the Secretary of State for Defence, Ben Wallace MP, provided an update on the war in Ukraine.
He stated that Russia is failing in nearly every one of its objectives, and he also told the House that we are increasing our military support by donating Ukraine a number of 'Stormer' armoured vehicles fitted with launchers for anti-air missiles.
On top of this we are also sending more ambulances, fire engines and more funding for health experts to better equip the Ukrainian people to deliver vital health care and save lives.
The Defence Secretary also agreed with me that, alongside the courageous resistance of the Ukrainian people and their military, one of the reasons why Russia's invasion has not gone to plan is because of the failure of their logistics.
The UK is working with other countries to keep supplying Ukraine with the resources they need to defend themselves - both lethal and non-lethal aid.
To date the UK has provided more than 5,000 anti-tank weapons, five air defence systems - with more than 100 missiles, 1,360 anti-structural munitions and 4.5 tonnes of plastic explosives.
We have also provided more than 90,000 ration packs, over 10 pallets of medical equipment, more than 3,000 pieces of body armour, nearly 77,000 helmets, 3,000 pairs of boots and much more including communications equipment and ear defence.
The UK continues to stand with Ukraine and its people.