On Friday, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the leader of war-torn Ukraine, said that his courageous people and force continue to tolerate and resist waves of Moscow’s air assaults and that Ukrainian Air Force and defense capability have been made stronger than ever. He said that in the next year, the Ukrainian Air Defense Forces will become even more capable of effectively countering Russia’s devastating air raids.
Mr. Zelenskyy said that the Ukrainian Air Force can become the strongest in the West, which is hence an assurance of defense not only for Ukraine but also for the region and continent. In order to boost Ukraine’s defense against Russian aggression and barbarity, Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary-General of the NATO military alliance, asked member nations to provide Kyiv forces with more arms and equipment.
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In an interview released on Dec. 30, Stoltenberg told Hamburg-based Deutsche Presse-Agentur GmbH news agency, that he requested a thirty-member intergovernmental military coalition to do more and strengthen the defense of the post-Soviet state so that it can defense its territorial integrity.
Last week, Washington announced about two billion dollars worth of weapons for Ukrainian forces, including advanced Patriot defense systems. On Thursday, Ben Wallace, the State Secretary for UK’s Defence, said that Berlin would allocate 2.77 bn dollars in security assistance for Ukraine in the next year.
Britain Commits $2.77B in Ukraine Aid in 2023
The Conservative MP for Wyre and Preston North added that some of the 2.3 bn pounds would be sent in humanitarian and non-military aid. Moreover, when questioned about UK’s assistance to Kyiv, Wallace told the media that from FY-2023, they’ll put additional 2.3 bn pounds for innocent Ukrainians.
Furthermore, since the start of Moscow’s large-scale incursion of Ukraine, Warsaw and West Slavic nation & ethnic group have delivered the Ukrainians with 8-9 bn polish zloty in support to effectively resist Kremlin’s aggression.