NATO's $100 Billion Proposal to Aid Ukraine

By
Viktor Kovalenko
1 min read

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has proposed the establishment of a fund worth $100 billion over five years to aid Ukraine as part of a package for alliance leaders to sign off at their upcoming gathering in Washington in July. Discussions are ongoing regarding the mechanics of the accounting, including the consideration of bilateral aid to Ukraine. Allies are engaged in conversations to finalize the details.

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