Ukraine and the Netherlands sign security agreement in Kharkiv

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Ukraine and the Netherlands signed a security agreement in Kharkiv

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte signed a security agreement between the two countries in the front line city of Kharkiv in northeastern Ukraine on Saturday, December 1.

Zelensky said on social media that this agreement includes receiving 2 billion euros, 216 billion dollars of military assistance from the Netherlands this year, as well as other defense aid over the next ten years.


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