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In Kharkov, Ukraine and the Netherlands signed a security agreement

Kiev will receive 2 billion euros in military aid from the Netherlands this year.

Mark Rutte and Vladimir Zelensky in Kharkov March 1, 2024

On March 1, President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky and Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte signed an agreement on security cooperation between both states in Kharkov.

This is stated on the website of the head of state.

Zelensky and Rutte held talks in narrow, expanded and military cabinet meeting formats.

The agreement cements the Netherlands' decision to continue cooperation to continue to provide and expand assistance to Ukraine in defense against Russian aggression for as long as necessary. The document is valid for ten years from the date of signing.

Fixed in the agreement:

At a meeting of the military cabinet, Vladimir Zelensky and Mark Rutte spoke with Defense Minister Rustem Umerov, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Alexander Syrsky and Commander of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Nikolai Oleshchuk. Representatives of the Ukrainian army spoke about the current situation on the battlefield, the peculiarities of Russian air attacks.

They also informed about the critical needs of the Defense Forces for shells, air defense systems and armored vehicles. We separately discussed the needs of the air defense forces to protect Kharkov.

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