Germany to send military advisers to Ukraine
Experts from Germany will arrive at the National Academy of Land Forces named after Hetman Sahaydachniy in Lviv.
Germany will deploy its military advisers in Ukraine, according to an agreement signed Thursday, December 8, by Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine on European integration Ihor Dolgov and Parliamentary State Secretary of the Ministry of Defense of Germany Ralph Braukzipe, according to the Ukrainian Defense Ministry's press service.
German experts will arrive at the National Academy of Land Forces in Lviv to provide advice, reads the report. At the same time, Braukzipe noted that the agreement reaffirms close cooperation that exists between the two countries.
U.S. Senate upholds ban on military cooperation with RussiaAs UNIAN reported earlier, the United States plans to expand military cooperation with Ukraine, in particular, to provide the equipment and technical support to the Border Guard Service of Ukraine.