How the European Union can help Ukraine with weapons

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He proposes to stop exports to third countries and for these countries to postpone these orders themselves. Ukraine should receive the ammunition first. Borrell’s proposal will be heard in the partner countries, but the European Union must contribute. I will tell you a not-so-well-known fact. The first two IRIS-T missile systems were also already contracted by an African country, but I won’t name it. But we managed to get them. It was a manifestation of political will and, ultimately, solidarity. I just know this story and how difficult these negotiations were. If it can be done for air defens…

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