European Union countries will provide fighter jets to Ukraine under Brussels funding to help fight against Russian troops, Agence France-Presse reported Sunday.
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Germany on Saturday authorized the Netherlands to send weapons to Ukraine in a major shift in a long-standing policy to not export weapons to a war zone.
The Netherlands will send Ukraine 400 rocket-propelled grenade launchers, the defence ministry in Berlin said, according to Reuters.
Sweden is also breaking tradition and sending military aid to Ukraine.
Joe Biden this weekend approved $350 million in military aid for Ukraine.
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