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NATO Commit $40 Bln in Military Aid to Ukraine


Thu 11 Jul 2024 | 12:05 PM
Israa Farhan

NATO leaders have pledged at least €40 billion in military aid to Ukraine for the coming year.

This commitment was made during the NATO summit held in Washington, where leaders underscored their united front against Russian aggression.

The summit's declaration stated that through proportional contributions, NATO allies aim to secure essential funding of at least €40 billion over the next year.

This financial backing is intended to provide sustainable security assistance to Ukraine, ensuring its success in the ongoing conflict with Russia.

Gathering as the NATO Council, the political arm of the alliance, leaders marked the 75th anniversary of the Western military alliance.

During the event, President Joe Biden reaffirmed the allies' commitment, announcing that Ukraine would receive a total of five air defense systems.

This includes four Patriot missile batteries and ground-to-air missiles, which are particularly effective in intercepting Russian ballistic missiles.

This announcement comes at a crucial time as Ukraine continues to face significant challenges in its fight against Russian forces.

The provision of advanced defense systems like the Patriot missiles is expected to bolster Ukraine’s defensive capabilities, offering a stronger shield against aerial threats.

NATO’s unified stance and substantial financial commitment signal a robust support framework for Ukraine, aimed at enhancing its military resilience and fortifying its defense infrastructure amidst the ongoing conflict.