In 2023, Italy will continue to supply weapons to Ukraine

In 2023, Italy will continue to supply weapons to Ukraine

The Council of Ministers, convened by the Prime Minister of Italy Giorgia Maloni, unanimously approved the resolution on the continuation of the supply of weapons to Ukraine until December 31, 2023.

 

 This was reported by the Italian daily Corriere della Sera.

 

 Military materials and equipment will be supplied to Ukraine to fight the Russian invasion in 2023, the Italian government has confirmed.

 

 After the Chamber approved the unitary movement of the center-right, the Council of Ministers gave the go-ahead to the so-called "NATO decree", which extends the decisions already taken by the Draghi government, which would have expired on December 31.

 

 The publication notes that literally between the end of this year and the beginning of the next, the government may receive a sixth decree on aid to Ukraine: this time, the need expressed by Kyiv, with the arrival of winter and the strengthening of strategic bombing, to use air defense systems to protect the country's infrastructure from attacks by Russia, the aggressor from air.



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The Council of Ministers, convened by the Prime Minister of Italy Giorgia Maloni, unanimously approved the resolution on the continuation of the supply of weapons to Ukraine until December 31, 2023.

 

 This was reported by the Italian daily Corriere della Sera.

 

 Military materials and equipment will be supplied to Ukraine to fight the Russian invasion in 2023, the Italian government has confirmed.

 

 After the Chamber approved the unitary movement of the center-right, the Council of Ministers gave the go-ahead to the so-called "NATO decree", which extends the decisions already taken by the Draghi government, which would have expired on December 31.

 

 The publication notes that literally between the end of this year and the beginning of the next, the government may receive a sixth decree on aid to Ukraine: this time, the need expressed by Kyiv, with the arrival of winter and the strengthening of strategic bombing, to use air defense systems to protect the country's infrastructure from attacks by Russia, the aggressor from air.