German Foreign Minister promised Ukraine further military support

German Foreign Minister Annalena Berbock during a visit to Kyiv on Saturday, September 10, said that Germany “will not get tired of taking part in the suffering of Ukraine” and will continue to supply weapons, money and humanitarian aid.
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“We will continue to help Ukraine as long as it is necessary: ​​with the supply of weapons, humanitarian and financial support,” RTL quoted her as saying upon arrival.

Burbock visited the minefield in Velyka Dymerka near Kyiv and promised Ukraine further assistance in demining, as it is important, in addition to arms supplies, to ensure the safety of people’s lives.

In Velyka Dymerka, Germany supports a civilian mine clearing project. The German government has allocated €6 million for munitions disposal through HALO, and according to the Foreign Ministry, the amount is planned to increase by another €1 million by the end of the year. Defense Minister Christina Lambrecht also announced this week that Ukrainian soldiers are being trained in demining in Germany.

Also, Ukraine has been asking Germany for several months for the supply of Leopard tanks, this issue was also raised during Burbock’s visit to Kyiv. The German minister reacted with restraint to Ukrainian demands.

“We have been supplying heavy weapons for a long time. And we see that these weapons are of great importance in terms of supporting Ukraine, ”the n-tv channel quotes her as saying.

In particular, Burbock named multiple launch rocket systems, tank howitzers and anti-aircraft tanks of the Gepard type. The last Germany will deliver another 10 pieces in the shortest possible time. Burbock did not speak directly about Leopard-type tanks.

“As the situation on the ground changes, we are reviewing our support and will discuss further steps together with partners,” she responded to the demands of her Ukrainian colleague Dmitry Kuleba.

On September 10, the head of the German Foreign Ministry visited Kyiv for the second time since the start of Russia’s special operation to protect Donbass. According to her, this trip is a signal of support for Ukraine. In Kyiv, the German minister plans to meet with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba. The last visit took place in May.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova joked on September 10 about Burbock’s unannounced visit to Kyiv, calling it an updated EU tourism concept in action.

At the same time, Die Welt readers criticized Burbock’s visit to Ukraine and advised her to stay there.

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