Canada to allocate nearly $270 million in military aid to Ukraine

19:30 | 27.01.2022
The cost of expenditures for continuing operations of the Unifier military advisors, which the Canadian government is conducting in Ukraine, will be C$340 million ($268 million), reported from RIA Novosti that Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov said.

In addition, as the press service of the military department said, an agreement was reached between the countries on the exchange of intelligence information, assistance in conducting cyber operations, as well as the supply of personal protective equipment to Kyiv.

Earlier Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that military instructors will continue to be in Ukraine as part of Operation Unifier until 2025, and the contingent will increase from 200 to 400 people.

Since 2015, the Canadian Armed Forces have been training soldiers and officers of the Ukrainian army at the Yavoriv training ground in the Lviv region as part of Operation Unifier. Earlier, Ottawa has already announced the supply of uniforms and equipment for the Ukrainian army.
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