Finland and Ukraine sign security cooperation agreement

Ukraine and Finland signed a bilateral security cooperation agreement, under which Finland will provide long-term support to Ukraine in terms of finance and military.

The agreement is valid for 10 years. The agreement stipulates that Finland will help Ukraine rebuild its energy system, strengthen the protection of Ukraine's key infrastructure, provide medical assistance to Ukrainian military personnel, and support Ukraine's membership in the European Union and NATO.

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy said that since the escalation of the Ukraine-Russia conflict, Finland has provided Ukraine with nearly 2 billion euros in aid. This year alone, Ukraine has received 400 million euros in aid from Finland.

Finland is the eighth country to sign a bilateral security cooperation agreement with Ukraine. Earlier, Ukraine has signed similar agreements with the United Kingdom, Germany, France and other countries.

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