• 22/06/2024 19:08

Polish Foreign Minister supported the creation of a 100 billion euro fund for Ukraine

Radoslaw Sikorski said that Warsaw supports the initiative of the NATO Secretary General.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland supported the creation of a fund for 100 billion euros for Ukraine

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland Radoslaw Sikor of Poland Radoslaw Sikorski supported the creation of a NATO fund of 100 billion euros for Ukraine.

This is reported by The Guardian.

A government official told reporters: “We support the efforts of the secretary general.”


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  • Previously, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg proposed creating a fund to support Ukraine worth $100 billion over five years, a decision that alliance leaders should sign at a meeting in Washington in July.
  • The creation of such a fund was also supported by Canada.Canada's Ministry of Foreign Affairs Melanie, who is taking part in the NATO ministerial meeting currently ongoing in Brussels, said that assistance was one of the ideas that Canada proposed during negotiations in “Group of Seven.”
  • Also, the United States and other Western countries are considering the possibility of transferring the Ukrainian Defense Contact Group (“Ramstein”) under NATO control.
  • Later, Stoltenberg said that NATO should ensure the expected assistance from Ukraine and change the dynamics of support. According to him, NATO must provide reliable and expectedly secure assistance to Ukraine in the long term, so that “there is less reliance on voluntary contributions and more on NATO commitments, less on short-term offers and more on multi-year promises.”


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