Ukraine and Denmark signed security agreement

Ukraine and Denmark entered into an agreement on security cooperation.

On Friday in Lviv, Denmark Prime Minister Mette Fredericksen and President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky signed an agreement on security cooperation and long-term support between Ukraine and Denmark.

This was announced by Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Igor Zhovkva.

According to this message, in 2024, military support for Denmark will be at least 1.8 billion euros. In addition, the Danish fund in support of Ukraine allocated 8.5 billion euros for the current support of our state in 2023-2028.

Zhovkva drew attention to the fact that Denmark is the first country to conclude such an agreement with Ukraine, but not a member of the G7.

In addition, under the framework of the concluded agreement, Copenhagen undertakes to supply high -tech military assistance: drones, means of communications, radars, etc.. The Danish side promised to support Ukraine within ten years from the date of conclusion of the agreement.

The agreement also enshrines support for the development of the Naval Fleet of Ukraine.