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LIVE — Ukraine's Zelenskyy thanks Germany for support – DW – 05/14/2023

May 14, 2023 View Original Article
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58% : Scholz also said he was pleased to be flying with Zelenskyy later Sunday to the western German city of Aachen so the Ukrainian president could receive the Charlemagne Prize which is awarded for efforts towards European integration.
51% : A German airforce plane flew Zelenskyy from Rome after meetings with Italian leaders and the pope Zelenskyy's talks in Berlin are to focus on weapons, air defense, reconstruction, EU and NATO Berlin has announced a new military aid package for Kyiv The visit was kept secret for security reasons This article was last updated at 1232 UTC Germany support for Ukraine 'unwavering' In a joint statement published following talks between German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Berlin, Germany said it "remains unwavering in its commitment to Ukraine’s independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity."

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