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NATO is reviewing the plan for long-term aid to Ukraine

On the anniversary of NATO's founding, member countries of this defense pact will review long-term aid to Ukraine and reduce dependence on the United States.

NATO foreign ministers will discuss long-term military support for Ukraine on Wednesday. It is said that part of the plan of these countries is to consider a 5-year fund in the amount of 100 billion euros for Ukraine.
According to Reuters, the member states also plan to discuss a plan that would reduce the dependence of NATO aid on US decisions. This plan, which is considered due to the possible return of Donald Trump to the White House, places the responsibility of some coordination on other member countries.

Diplomats say that NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg’s proposals would give the alliance a more direct role in coordinating and sending weapons and ammunition to Ukraine.

These plans will be reviewed in the two-day meeting in Brussels, which will be held on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the founding of NATO. NATO has so far avoided taking a more direct role in the war for fear of escalating tensions with Russia. However, after meeting with Donald Trump last month, the Hungarian president announced that the United States would no longer pay for Ukraine’s fight against Russia if Trump returns to the White House. Viktor Orban said in a TV interview: “He (Trump) will not spend a penny on the war between Ukraine and Russia, and therefore the war will end.” As it is clear, Ukraine cannot stand on its own feet.

European officials have long worried that Trump’s re-election would mean a reduction in US support for Ukraine and the NATO military alliance.

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