New Zealand allocates $9.8 million in aid to Ukraine
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New Zealand's Prime Minister Christopher Luxon announced $9.8 million in aid for Ukraine on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Washington, as reported by Ukraine's Ambassador to Australia, Vasyl Myroshnychenko.

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The ambassador explained that the aid will be distributed across several areas, namely:

→ $3.68 million for the military;→ $6.12 million for humanitarian aid.

He also stated that the military assistance includes $2.45 million for the Drone Coalition led by Great Britain and Latvia, and $1.23 million for Ukraine's military medical needs.

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