NATO request to members to commit to annual aid to Ukraine

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NATO request to members to commit to annual aid to Ukraine

NATO request members to commit to annual assistance to Ukraine

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has called for a commitment from member countries of the defense coalition to allocate a minimum of 40 billion euros annually to help Ukraine.

The NATO Secretary-General said on Friday, May 31, at the end of the meeting of foreign ministers in Prague that Ukraine needs long-term assistance.

According to Stoltenberg, the proposed 40 billion euros is equivalent to the amount that member countries have collectively raised annually since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022.

Norway’s representative at the meeting requested annual support for Ukraine, with this support continuing as long as necessary.

NATO member countries must now discuss and exchange views on the details of assisting Ukraine.

In April of this year, coinciding with NATO’s 75th anniversary, Stoltenberg had proposed NATO’s military assistance to Ukraine worth 100 billion euros over the next five years, but this initiative did not receive much support.


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