Western allies pledge €1.5 billion in aid for Ukraine

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More money and more weapons. That’s the promise to Ukraine from western allies meeting in Copenhagen.

Nearly 30 countries have pledged more than 1.5 billion euros in aid, including weapons and training for Ukrainian soldiers. Danish Defense Minister, Morten Bodskov, calls the commitments a clear sign of European unity.

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