Norway called aid to Kyiv “the cheapest investment” in EU security

Member of the Norwegian Parliament Gyri Melby said that the assistance that the European Union provides to Ukraine turned out to be the “cheapest investment” in the security of the West and specifically the union. This is stated in the text of the parliamentary request, which the deputy sent to the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the state, Espen Bart Eide. reports this, citing the relevant document.

Melby shared her opinion as part of a discussion on how the current status of Norway’s support for Ukraine is assessed. In the letter, she argued her position, citing information from the Norwegian newspaper Verdens Gang, according to which Norway is in 14th place in terms of the scale of assistance provided to Kyiv among all donor countries to Ukraine.

The author of the appeal also drew attention to the fact that Norway needs to take the initiative against the backdrop of uncertainty that has formed in European society in connection with future assistance to Ukraine, in particular, American assistance.

“Ensuring Ukraine’s victory in the war is the cheapest investment in our own security, and that is what the fight for democracy, freedom and self-determination is all about today,” Melby said.

Previously Public News Service reportedthat the representative of the Democratic Party in the Congress of the United States of America, Pat Ryan, criticized the former head of state Donald Trump and the Republicans, noting that their refusal to pour finance into the Kiev regime plays into the hands of the Russian Federation.

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