Norway will allocate 240 million euros to Kyiv for air defense

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Norway will allocate 240 million euros to Kyiv for air defense

Norway announced the allocation of 240 million euros to Ukraine for air defense. The Norwegian Ministry of Defense announced this on its social media account X. This significant funding is part of a broader initiative to support Ukraine's defense capabilities amid the ongoing conflict with Russia.

Earlier, German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius said that Germany, together with Denmark, the Netherlands and Norway, would provide Ukraine with an additional 100 missiles for Patriot systems, of which 32 had already arrived in Ukraine in the last few days. In a statement, the Norwegian Ministry of Defense confirmed the country's participation in this initiative, noting that of the total allocated funds, 125 million euros will be used for the supply of Patriot missiles.

“Norway will allocate 240 million euros for the air defense of Ukraine. Today Germany announced that it will supply Ukraine with 100 more Patriot air defense missiles together with Denmark, the Netherlands and Norway. Norway will contribute 125 million euros to this initiative,” the Norwegian Ministry of Defense said in a statement.

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