Finland will provide 23-1 military aid package to Ukraine 16:31

Finland will send the 23rd military aid package to Ukraine in Kiev. This is being discussed Web site Office of Finnish President Alexander Stubb, who visited Kiev.

“In Kiev, President Stubb also talked about Finland’s decision to send the 23rd defense aid package to Ukraine. In the statement made by the office, it was stated that the cost was 188 million euros.

On April 3, the presidents of Ukraine and Finland, Vladimir Zelensky and Alexander Stubb, also signed The agreement on security cooperation and long-term support was signed following Stubb’s visit to Kiev. The agreement, which includes cooperation in political, humanitarian, economic and military fields between the two countries, will be valid for 10 years.

31 March, Finnish Foreign Minister Elina Valtonen accepted He noted that there is currently no need to send Western troops to Ukraine in the future.

Formerly in the State Duma in the name Finland’s statement about sending military personnel to Ukraine is a PR exercise.

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Source: Gazeta


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