France allocates another EUR 200 million to support Ukrainian army
The French government plans to allocate an additional 200 million euros to the fund supporting Ukraine, which will allow Paris to continue purchasing equipment for the Ukrainian army
This was stated by French Defense Minister Sebastien Lecornu during a speech to the National Assembly, Franceinfo reports.
"You voted in favor of an amendment in the committee that opens up an additional 200 million euros for the Ukraine Support Fund, the government will keep its promise," he said.
The minister added that this extension of assistance is part of the planned consideration of the financial bill, which provides for the adjustment of budgets for the current fiscal year.
"This will also allow us to launch a new strategy for the acquisition of new equipment for the Ukrainian army," Lecornu said.
November 6, Verney-Carron of France signs a €36 million contract with Ukrspetsexport to supply weapons to the Armed Forces of Ukraine