Germany says G7 will provide joint assistance to Ukraine in winter

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German Foreign Minister Annalena Berbock said that the G7 countries plan to provide joint assistance to the Ukrainian authorities next winter. She made a statement on this matter before the start of the meeting of the foreign ministers of the G7 countries in Munster.

Burbock indicated that Kyiv would receive blankets and tents, cribs and pumps as winter aid from the G7. In addition, autonomous generation heaters will be transferred to Ukraine. About this on Thursday, November 3, informs TASS. “We will not allow so many people – old people, children, teenagers and their families – to die of hunger or cold in the coming winter months,” Burbock said.

The German chancellor said earlier that Berlin would provide assistance to Kyiv for as long as it would be required. According to him, the G7 countries are ready to give Ukraine in the field of security long term promises. The financial needs of the country until the end of 2022 are almost completely satisfied, but its restoration will be “a task for generations,” the German Chancellor stated. The country’s government indicated that the leaders of the G7 countries intend to help Ukraine prepare for winter.

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