Canada Will Give $4.6 Million to the Ukrainian Armed Forces to “Reinforce Ukraine’s Resilience”

Translated by Ollie Richardson


Canada will allocate $4.65 million to support training programs for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This was reported in the statement of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada Chrystia Freeland. 
The minister specified that the purchase of first-aid equipment for the army and the training of military personnel will be financed.

“Today, to help reinforce Ukraine’s resilience, I am announcing $4.65 million to support training for the Ukrainian Armed Forces (UAF). This funding will provide equipment to support first aid and military police training to the UAF,” said Freeland.

She also added that Canada unconditionally supports the people of Ukraine and will continue to put pressure on Russia.

“We will continue to maintain pressure, including through economic sanctions, until Russia meets its obligations under international law and respects Ukraine’s sovereignty,” said the Foreign Minister of Canada.

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