Zelensky says agreement reached with Germany on additional Patriot launchers, missiles

Zelensky says agreement reached with Germany on additional Patriot launchers, missiles

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that agreements have been reached with Germany on additional Patriot launchers and missiles for them.

He announced this on his Telegram channel following a meeting with Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Vilnius on Wednesday, July 12, Ukrinform reports.

"We continued our conversation with Chancellor Scholz about security guarantees for Ukraine on its path to NATO. Thank you for your support! There is an agreement on additional Patriot launchers and missiles for them from Germany. This is very important for protecting life in Ukraine from Russian terror!" Zelensky noted.

The head of state also thanked Germany for its readiness for long-term support for Ukraine and its defense of freedom.

"Long-term support programs are the best signal to everyone in the world that our Europe will remain a space of security and peace," he said.

Photo: dpa

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