STORY: Speaking in Tallinn, Baerbock said that the German army itself faces kit shortages for its current missions and Germany was backfilling donations of old Soviet kits made by allies.
"I have underlined yesterday that there are no taboos for us with regard to armored vehicles and other weaponry," she told reporters at a news conference.
"We have in the past not invested so much money as others have done in their own army. That's why we have different parts of our army with not full stocks," she added.
It came on the second day of a tour of Baltic states as Baerbock addressed criticism by allies and commentators of Germany's apparent foot-dragging on delivering the weaponry Kyiv says it needs to fend off Russian attacks.