Politics Scholz and Borne secure the Ukraine permanent support for
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A Ukrainian Air Force spokesman said that around 100 cruise missiles targeted 13 provinces. NATO says it is ‘very likely’ that the projectile that hit Poland was fired by Kyiv’s defense systemsA spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force said that around 100 cruise missiles had been launched at mainly civilian infrastructure targets in the provinces of Kyiv, Rivne, Zhytomyr, Lviv, Khmelnytskyi, Dnipropetrovsk, Poltava, Vinnytsia, Odesa, Kirovohrad, Cherkasy, Volyn and Kharkiv.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) and French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne have granted the Ukraine permanent support and solidarity of their two countries in the face of the Russian war of aggression. France and Germany are "in solidarity on the Ukraine side," said Scholz on Friday at a joint press conference with Borne in Berlin. "The bomb terrorism of Russia against the civilian infrastructure of Ukraine has to stop," he said.
Germany is "tirelessly working on supporting Ukraine," said the Chancellor. The focus is currently on restoring the energy infrastructure. "We will support Ukraine until the end of this conflict," added the French Prime Minister Borne, who came to Berlin on Friday. "We tell the Ukrainians that we will be at their side even afterwards."
Since the first day "This Brutal War" Germany and France "had made unshakable support," said Borne. This applies in military, diplomatic, economic, humanitarian and legal field.
Finnish leader says the brutal truth is Ukraine shows Europe isn't 'strong enough' without the US .
"The US has given a lot of weapons, a lot of financial aid, a lot of humanitarian aid to Ukraine and Europe isn't strong enough yet," Marin said.Among these weapons are shoulder-launched anti-tank weapons, unmanned combat aerial vehicles, and mobile rocket launchers — game-changing systems that have helped Ukraine derail Russian President Vladimir Putin's campaign, whether it was defending Kyiv in the early spring or keeping Russian forces at bay in eastern Ukraine over the summer.