Dutch allocate €2 billion in more support for Ukraine in 2024 - DutchNews.nl
Cabinet allocates more than 2 billion euros for military aid to Ukraine: 'A message of solidarity'
Since the beginning of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, nearly 20,000 men have fled Ukraine to avoid being called up for military service. That's what the BBC writes. And Ukraine has received fewer 115 millimeter artillery shells since the war between Israel and Hamas, reports President Volodymyr Zelensky. Read all about the war in Ukraine and the situation in Russia here.
The Netherlands reserves more than 2 billion euros to support Ukraine in 2024
The Netherlands will continue to support Ukraine in the war against Russia next year. That is why the cabinet has set aside more than 2 billion euros for 2024. “With this substantial amount, we are sending a clear signal: Ukraine could and can continue to count on us,” said Defence Minister Kajsa Ollongren.
Cabinet allocates more than 2 billion to support Ukraine in 2024
The outgoing cabinet will make a total of more than 2 billion euros available for aid to Ukraine next year. The vast majority is destined for military support in the war against Russia.
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