Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy returned to Ukraine following a busy trip that took him across Europe to garner more support from allies in Rome, Berlin, Paris and London.
On the eve of Zelenskyy’s visit, Germany pledged a new package of military aid worth more than €2.7 billion ($3 billion). The package contained 30 of Germany’s Leopard tanks as well as fighting vehicles, reconnaissance drones and four Iris-T air defense systems seen as crucial to stopping Russian missiles from raining down on Ukrainian cities and critical infrastructure.
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