Zelensky announces new military aid packages
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that following this week's meeting in the "Ramstein format", Kyiv will receive new military assistance from NATO countries and their allies. The politician's video message was published on his Telegram channel.
“There are new defense packages from Canada, Germany, France, Denmark, Estonia,” the Ukrainian leader said.
According to him, Sweden and Poland agreed on additional military assistance for the Ukrainian side. He noted that we are talking about ammunition and ammunition, tanks and artillery.
Zelensky also stressed that a “very necessary decision” had been reached with Sweden on the 155-millimeter Archer self-propelled artillery mounts. In addition, according to the Ukrainian leader, there is a decision regarding MiGs from Slovakia.
The politician also said that Poland, Lithuania, Great Britain, the EU, the USA and many other countries continue to "strongly help" the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Earlier, the Handelsblatt newspaper reported that some countries of the European Union, including Estonia, wanted to include in the EU summit declaration an obligation to supply Ukraine with one million artillery shells by the end of 2023.