Denmark will allocate 22 million euros to strengthen security sector of Ukraine

Denmark will allocate 22 million euros to strengthen the security sector of Ukraine. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba wrote about this on Twitter.

“Thank you, dear friend Jeppe Kofod (Danish Foreign Minister – ed.), for your timely visit proving Denmark’s solidarity with Ukraine in the time of Russia’s unprovoked and unacceptable threats. The decision to allocate additional €22 mln for strengthening Ukraine’s security sector is an act of true friendship,” the minister wrote.


Earlier it was reported that the United States is preparing to send radar systems and marine equipment to Ukraine….This is part of a $200 million additional military aid package for Kyiv that the US administration tacitly approved in late December.

Also, Ukraine began systematic cooperation with American companies in the field of the military-industrial complex.