NATO unveils immediate and long-term plans for Ukraine support

NATO leaders and member states have shared new updates on their short and long-term support for Ukraine during this week’s summit.

President Joe Biden announced Tuesday night that the United States, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, and Romania will provide Ukraine with much-needed long-range air defense systems. On Wednesday morning, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said during the NATO Public Forum that Denmark and the Netherlands have begun the transfer of U.S.-made F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine.

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Ukraine is in desperate need of as many air defense systems as possible as Russia continues to use its air dominance to carry out aerial assaults on Ukrainian cities. Leaders have repeatedly asked for air defense systems and interceptors, and they have asked for fighter
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