NATO and Allies stand with Ukraine in its brave fight against Russia’s brutal invasion and we will continue to provide major military and humanitarian aid assistance for as long as it takes.
On 24 August 2022, Ukraine celebrates its independence day while fighting against Russia’s brutal invasion. Ukraine is a long-standing NATO partner and the Alliance has been supporting them for decades before stepping up its help since Russia’s attack in February 2022.
NATO stands with Ukraine and we are doing more than ever to help them prevail against Russian aggression.
Allies will continue to provide major military and financial help for as long as it takes. At the NATO Summit in Madrid in June 2022, leaders agreed on a comprehensive assistance package for Ukraine, which includes, among many other measures, the provision of military equipment, fuel and medical supplies.
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NATO STANDS WITH UKRAINE
IN ITS BRAVE FIGHT AGAINST RUSSIA’S UNPROVOKED INVASION
NATO AND ALLIES HAVE BEEN SUPPORTING UKRAINE
SINCE THEIR INDEPENDENCE
AND WE ARE DOING MORE THAN EVER SINCE RUSSIA’S BRUTAL ATTACK
ALLIES CONTINUE TO PROVIDE MAJOR MILITARY, HUMANITARIAN AND FINANCIAL AID
AND WE WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT UKRAINE
FOR AS LONG AS IT TAKES
ALL THIS ASSISTANCE BUILDS ON DECADES OF NATO SUPPORT TO UKRAINE
A STRONG AND INDEPENDENT UKRAINE
IS VITAL FOR EURO-ATLANTIC SECURITY
In a Blind by Gael Cadoux
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