EU pitches €20-billion plan in long-term military support for Ukraine

Josep Borrell, the European Union’s foreign policy chief, has proposed a new plan to provide “sustainable and predictable” military support to Ukraine.

Under the blueprint, the bloc will earmark €20 billion for the next four years to partially reimburse the expenses incurred by member states with their supplies to the war-torn nation, which is in the midst of a counteroffensive against the invading Russian troops.

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