France To Send Exocet Anti-Ship Missile To Ukraine
France is deploying a large number of armored vehicles to Ukraine, according to French Defense Minister Sebastien Lecornu, who also criticized the missile attack on a Ukrainian shopping mall.
Photo Insert: An Exocet anti-ship missile on a French fighter plane
Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to French President Emmanuel Macron, is antagonizing the entire globe by attacking civilian targets. As a result, Russia, according to Macron, will never win this conflict.
Lecornu did not specify the amount of armored vehicles, but he did say that France might even send Exocet anti-ship missiles to Ukraine, the Ukraine Daily disclosed.
Lithuania has prohibited Russian gas imports. On June 28, the Seimas passed legislation barring Russia's access to the country's gas transportation infrastructure, as well as the LNG terminal in Klaipeda, citing a "threat to national security." Only gas transit to Russia's Kaliningrad will be permitted through Lithuanian territory.
People from 89 different nations have already contributed to Ukraine's fundraising initiative UNITED 24. The government-backed platform has already raised over $63 million. The majority of donations came from the United States, Germany, France, Canada, the United Kingdom, as well as Ukraine.
60 percent of all donations from the UK, Canada, and France were for defense, while residents of Germany donated 25 percent of their funds to military requirements. The majority of donations from Germany — 65 percent – were for medical aid.
According to the US daily Politico, Ukrainian personnel are being trained to use the NASAMS air defense system before it is sent to Ukraine. According to Politico, the next batch of heavy weaponry approved for Ukraine would include a NASAMS, a medium-to-long-range surface-to-air missile-defense system.
During the G7 meeting in Elmau, Germany, Canada's Justin Trudeau said that his government will send $118 million in fresh humanitarian, development, and peace and security assistance to Ukraine. Canada will also provide $155 million to Ukraine's cash problems through the International Monetary Fund (IMF).