Leaders from European Union countries meet in Prague to discuss military support for Ukraine Leaders from European Union countries meet in Prague to discuss military support for Ukraine

Leaders from European Union countries meet in Prague to discuss military support for Ukraine

Leaders from European Union countries meet in Prague to discuss military support for Ukraine
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Leading representatives of a number of EU countries will discuss in Prague on Tuesday the Czech initiative to purchase ammunition for Ukraine in third countries, as well as cooperation in the defense sector.

Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala will hold a working dinner in Prague on May 28 to discuss security cooperation, the European Union press service reported Sunday, citing the Czech government.

In addition to Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, the working meeting will be attended by Latvian Prime Minister Ivica Celina, Poland's President Andrzej Duda and other guests.

The main topics to be discussed at the meeting will be the Czech initiative to purchase ammunition (for Ukraine from third countries), the issue of air defense of Ukraine, and defense industrial cooperation in Europe.

The countries supporting Ukraine are facing difficulties in securing Ukraine's increasing needs for ammunition and air defense means, and the Czech initiative aims to secure funds to purchase ammunition from third parties.

On the other hand, Russian officials have confirmed on more than one occasion that supporting Ukraine with various types of weapons, including combat aircraft, will not change the situation on the battlefield.

In recent weeks, the Ukrainian army has suffered many setbacks with Russian forces taking control of many villages and towns near the city of Kharkov.

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