BRUSSELS: NATO partners have increased their support for Ukraine by providing military equipment, financial help, and humanitarian aid, according to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
According to the reports, Stoltenberg tweeted, "NATO Allies are boosting up help with air-defense missiles, anti-tank weapons, as well as humanitarian and financial aid."
Ukraine has received "important weapons," including Javelin missiles and anti-aircraft missiles, according to a NATO news release issued on Sunday.
The Ukrainian army have also received "millions of euros" in financial and humanitarian aid, according to NATO.
On February 24, Russia launched a military attack against Ukraine. The arrival of Ukrainian and Russian representatives to the Ukrainian-Belarusian border for negotiations on Monday provided a light of hope after a seesaw fight between the two sides.