Ukraine is calling for more military aid from NATO, but some member states are wary of sending weapons.
This Friday, NATO’s Ukraine Defense Contact Group will meet in Germany for talks over military aid. The U.S. secretary of defense was in Berlin rallying support for Ukraine’s defense needs but splits are emerging on the issue of tanks.
Joining the discussion:
- Pavel Felgenhauer is a defense analyst and columnist for the Novaya Gazeta.
- Pavlo Kukhta is a former Ukrainian acting minister of economy.
- Marcus Papadopoulos is a historian and author specializing in Russia and the former Soviet Union.
- Klaus Larres is a professor of history at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Russia's Medvedev warns of nuclear fallout if Russia defeated by NATO arms in Ukraine https://t.co/sabEbdgfed
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The U.S. is finalizing a massive package of military aid for Ukraine that officials say is likely to total as much as $2.6 billion.
Officials said the numbers could change as the Biden administration goes through final deliberations. https://t.co/nCG2aMrP7a
— The Associated Press (@AP) January 19, 2023