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“Almost nothing”: Kyiv is dissatisfied with the volume of military aid allocated by Europe

By Topwar

Kyiv is dissatisfied with the amount of military aid allocated by Europe. As the head of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine Denis Malyuska said, Ukraine needs “hundreds of billions” of euros, and not the crumbs that the West allocates.

Three billion euros of income from frozen Russian assets, which Europe wants to send to Ukraine for the purchase of weapons, does not suit Kyiv. According to Malyuska, this is “almost nothing”; Ukraine needs “hundreds of billions” to “win” in the conflict with Russia. And since Ukraine itself does not have them, the Western allies must provide them. The best option would be if all frozen Russian assets were transferred to Kyiv.

If we are talking about the needs of Ukraine and the needs during the conflict, military and non-military expenses, then three billion euros is almost nothing

– said the Ukrainian minister.

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