Nordic and European Allies Boost Ukraine's Defense with 100 Patriot Missiles

Written by Henrik Rothen

Jun.11 - 2024 10:43 PM CET

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Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, and Norway unite to strengthen Ukraine's air defenses by sending 100 Patriot missiles, some already arriving in Kyiv.

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Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, and Norway have collectively decided to enhance Ukraine's air defense capabilities by sending 100 Patriot missiles to the war-torn country. This is reported by Ukrainska Pravda.

Missiles Arrive in Kyiv

According to the report, some of these missiles have already reached Kyiv, offering an immediate boost to the city's defenses.

The announcement was made by Germany's Defense Minister, Boris Pistorius, during a press conference with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Berlin.

This followed a conference focused on Ukraine's reconstruction efforts.

Broad International Support

The Norwegian Ministry of Defense confirmed their participation in the missile shipment to the Norwegian news agency NTB.

This international effort highlights the solidarity among European nations in supporting Ukraine.

Additionally, the Norwegian media outlet NRK reported that Norway’s contribution amounts to 125 million euros, further underlining the financial and military support provided to Ukraine.

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