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Great Britain to allocate $2.6 billion to Ukraine next year

Great Britain to allocate $2.6 billion to Ukraine next year

Great Britain Military assistance Ukraine War with Russia

British Prime Minister Liz Truss plans to inform world leaders this week that in 2023, London will allocate $2.6 billion to support Ukraine.

The Financial Times reported about this.

The publication notes that Liz Truss will use her speech at the 77th session of the UN General Assembly to call on the West to strengthen its support for Ukraine.

She will also meet with U.S. President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron.

Елізабет Трасс, Прем'єр-міністр Великої Британії

The publication notes that during her first trip abroad as a Prime Minister, Liz Truss will notify the world leaders that Great Britain will allocate the same amount to support Ukraine next year as it did in 2022. This equals £2.3 billion or $2.6 billion.

Previously, the Government of Great Britain stated that the country is the second largest donor of military assistance for Ukraine.

Britain is assisting not solely with weapons – also, Ukrainian military personnel is trained on the territory of the United Kingdom.

Українські військові з автоматами “Type 56-1” на навчаннях у Британії. Серпень 2022. Британія. Фото: Frank Augstein/AP

Trainings are delivered by instructors from several countries – Great Britain, Canada, New Zealand, the Netherlands, and Ukraine.

As previously reported, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that almost 5,000 Ukrainian servicemen have undergone training in Great Britain.


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Great Britain Military assistance Ukraine War with Russia