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Military assistance to Ukraine: Germany to allocate over 7 billion euros

Military assistance to Ukraine: Germany to allocate over 7 billion euros Photo: Germany will allocate more than seven billion euros in military aid to Ukraine in 2024 (GettyImages)

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz spoke with U.S. President Joe Biden on January 16. The leaders expressed their support for assistance to Ukraine, according to the German federal government.

During the conversation, the German Chancellor and the U.S. President discussed the situation in Ukraine and the Middle East. They condemned Russia's attack on Ukraine and agreed on the necessity of continuing to provide financial, military, and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine.

In 2024, Germany will allocate military assistance to Ukraine for over seven billion euros.

Military assistance from Germany to Ukraine

Germany is one of Ukraine's primary allies in the struggle against Russian aggression. The country has provided Ukraine with humanitarian and financial assistance, totaling billions of euros.

Recently, we reported that the German opposition is pushing for a vote in the Bundestag on the issue of transferring long-range Taurus missiles to Ukraine.

We also mentioned that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz plans to address the future issue of military assistance to Ukraine at the summit of European Union leaders. He intends to urge some countries to increase the supply of weapons and ammunition.

Germany recently updated the list of military assistance provided to Ukraine. Berlin delivered additional Gepard anti-aircraft systems to Kyiv.