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EU Promises to Double Military Aid for Ukraine

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EU Promises to Double Military Aid for Ukraine

EU Promises to Double Military Aid for Ukraine

EU Promises to , Double Military Aid , for Ukraine.

'The Guardian' reports that the European Union has promised to double its military aid program for Ukraine.

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According to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, the EU will train an additional 15,000 soldiers as part of its effort to show ongoing support for Ukraine.

According to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, the EU will train an additional 15,000 soldiers as part of its effort to show ongoing support for Ukraine.

Von der Leyen also announced that the EU will put in place a tenth package of sanctions against Russia by the anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, February 24.

Von der Leyen also announced that the EU will put in place a tenth package of sanctions against Russia by the anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, February 24.

We are making Putin pay for his atrocious war, Ursula von der Leyen, European Commission president, via 'The Guardian'.

We are making Putin pay for his atrocious war, Ursula von der Leyen, European Commission president, via 'The Guardian'.

Today Russia is paying a heavy price as our sanctions are eroding its economy, throwing it back by a generation, Ursula von der Leyen, European Commission president, via 'The Guardian'.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stressed the need for a joint effort to curb Russia's circumvention of sanctions.

The more we do it, the closer we will be to defeat of Russian aggression, Volodymyr Zelenskyy , President of Ukraine, via 'The Guardian'.

'The Guardian' reports that Von der Leyen also reiterated the EU's intention to , "keep on turning up the pressure.".

The EU plans to cap the price of Russian petroleum products as part of a G7 plan to restrict the Kremlin's oil revenues.

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'The Guardian' reports that the EU's 27 member states have yet to agree on the latest proposed oil cap.

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'The Guardian' reports that the EU's 27 member states have yet to agree on the latest proposed oil cap.


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