March 21, 2023

Italian Defense Minister’s big statement, said- will make a new law to continue arms supply to Ukraine till 2023

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Italy’s Defense Minister’s big statement about Ukraine
Said – will continue to give arms

Rome: Italy’s Defense Minister has given a big statement regarding giving weapons to Ukraine. Italian Defense Minister Guido Crosato said in an interview published on Monday that the Italian government will ask parliament to approve a new law on military and civilian supplies to Ukraine by 2023. Let us tell you that on the basis of the decree that expires at the end of the year, the Rome government can send aid to Ukraine every time with the consent of the parliamentary authority. Crosetto told the Foglio newspaper that the Defense Ministry would soon propose to renew the same measure, which would be extended until 2023.

Defense Minister Crosato said, ‘As before, Italy will continue to supply arms. We will continue to support our Atlantic allies and Kyiv, as the time demands and in our own ways. Let us tell you that earlier this month an official of the governing coalition told Reuters that Italy is preparing a new arms package for Ukraine. Including the air defense system specifically sought by Kyiv.

Crosetto to take up proposal to exclude expenditure on defense investment
Crosetto told Il Foglio newspaper he would propose to exclude spending on ‘defense investment’ from calculating the EU’s deficit under the bloc’s stability and growth pact. Referring to relations with the European Union, Crosetto said that some countries are too much in their favor. However, he refused to name those countries. He said that he would take up the matter with the European Union’s Economic Commissioner, Paolo Gentiloni. He said that he will also take up this matter by writing a letter to the Defense Ministers of the European Union.

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