Monday, December 5, 2022

EU decides to finance more weapons

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As the Council of Member States announced in Brussels on Tuesday, the outstanding decision has been taken. The political agreement on a further 500 million was reached in the middle of the month at a meeting of EU foreign ministers.

Of the extra money, $490 million will be spent on guns and ammunition, and $10 million on things like protective gear, first-aid kits and fuel. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell recently named artillery pieces and armored vehicles as specific examples of planned arms deliveries.

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