The document states that the Canadian goverment plans to send over over $595 million to Kyiv in 2023-2024, $232 million in 2024-2025, and $143 million in 2025-2026.
In addition, Report has informed that Canada plans to spend $1.9 billion to increase its military presence in Europe in 2023-2029, according to draft budget of the country.
Canada has been a long-term supporter of Ukraine as the country continues to fight off the Russian aggression.
Earlier, the Presidential Office of Ukraine said Canada contributed to completing the National Museum of the Holodomor Genocide in Kyiv.
The Museum was opened in Kyiv in August 2009 to commemorate at least four million people who starved to death in Ukraine during the artificial man-made famine unleashed in 1932-33 by communist dictator Joseph Stalin. At the height of the Holodomor, 28,000 people were dying per day.
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