NATO agrees to allocate €40 billion in military aid to Ukraine in 2025 – Reuters
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On July 3, NATO member countries agreed to allocate €40 billion in military aid to Ukraine in 2025, Reuters reports, citing an unnamed Western European diplomat.

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It is noted that NATO leaders will sign the corresponding commitment at the Alliance summit in Washington, which will take place on July 9-11.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has been discussing the idea of an annual allocation of €40 billion to aid Ukraine for several months. Reuters first reported this on May 31. In mid-June, Stoltenberg said that the United States should provide half of the funds for NATO's weapons procurement fund for Ukraine. He stressed that the volume of this fund should be $40 billion per year (approximately the same amount in euros).

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