security guarantees for Ukraine
Additionally, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced a new military aid package for Ukraine worth €1.1 billion.
"Denmark’s security commitments reaffirm the unwavering and powerful support, including military assistance," Ukraine's Presidential Office stated.
Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly has revealed that Canada and Ukraine are in the advanced stages of finalizing a security "assurances" agreement. Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly has revealed that Canada and Ukraine are in the advanced stages of finalizing a security "assurances" agreement. "We can conclude it in the coming weeks," she says.
According to FAZ, a new security agreement between Germany and Ukraine is on the horizon, with plans for its signing at the Munich Security Conference. This move, part of a series of bilateral pacts, underscores a strategic effort to bolster security cooperation before Ukraine joins NATO.
France will send about 40 Scalp long-range missiles and several hundred bombs to Ukraine, as well as more equipment, to boost Ukraine’s defense capabilities against the Russian invasion.
Romania has become the 9th country to start bilateral security talks with Ukraine.
The UK has reaffirmed its commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity as it signed a ten-year security cooperation agreement with Kyiv.
Ukraine has initiated discussions with the EU about collective security guarantees, following the G7's declaration of support for Ukraine. Meanwhile, the White House has issued a warning that the US is set to run out of funds to aid Ukraine by the end of the year.
The consultations revolved around strategies for future security commitments from the EU, with a particular emphasis on the security and defense sector.
"Germany is our reliable partner and one of the leaders in financial, military and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine," Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Ihor Zhovkva said.
Only NATO membership can offer real security guarantees for Ukraine and peace and stability for Europe
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