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NATO leaders plan to pledge continued arms and ammunition support to Ukraine at current levels for at least another year, aiming to reassure Ukraine and signal to Russia their unwavering commitment. At a summit in Washington, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg highlighted that member countries have been spending around 40 billion euros annually on Ukraine’s military needs since 2022. This spending level is expected to be maintained, with contributions based on economic growth, and reviewed in 2025. NATO allies currently provide 99% of Ukraine’s military support.

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