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Zelensky signed a security agreement with Germany. Next goes to Paris

Vladimir Zelensky signed a security agreement with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, providing for further support in the fight against Russia now and in the future. After this, the President of Ukraine will go to Paris, where they will sign a similar document with Emmanuel Macron. The Associated Press writes about this.

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As the publication notes, Kiev is working on strengthening Western support almost two years after the start of the war with Russia.

Zelensky met with Scholz in Berlin. This year, Germany will provide military assistance of more than 7 billion euros.

After the signing, they planned to travel together to France to meet with Emmanuel Macron.

Previously, Ukraine signed a bilateral security agreement with the UK. it is designed for 10 years.

“It seems that the security agreements are aimed primarily at showing long-term solidarity, since Ukraine has switched to defense in the war,” the publication writes.

A French official, anonymously, said that the agreement with Ukraine would include financial support, as well as military commitments and security arrangements.

The UK-Ukraine agreement is designed to help build Ukrainian defense production and provide “immediate and sustainable security assistance” if Russia attacks again.

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