In the former Soviet satellite state, the Bulgarian government was so divided on providing military aid to Ukraine that it almost collapsed. A solution came from Ukraine itself. But will the compromise last?
President Joe Biden on Monday resurrected a World War II measure used to boost US allies fighting Nazi Germany, allowing the government to accelerate weapons shipments to Ukraine for its battle…
The German public is split on the issue of military support for Ukraine: Many are fearing the delivery of tanks and training of Ukrainian soldiers in Germany may drag the country into the war.
The publication of an open letter to German Chancellor Scholz signed by leading cultural figures has triggered a fierce debate about the planned delivery of heavy weapons to Ukraine — especially on social media.
The Kremlin said Thursday that Western arms deliveries to Ukraine were dangerous for European security.
In a historic move, lawmakers in Germany have given the official green light to send "heavy weapons and complex systems" to Ukraine. But many of them also criticized Chancellor Olaf Scholz for not being in Berlin.
After weeks of hesitation, Germany’s parliament agreed on sending "heavy weapons and complex systems" to Ukraine. Meanwhile, UN chief Antonio Guterres is visiting Kyiv. DW has the latest.
Berlin is working on a three-way swap via Slovenia that would see heavy equipment sent to Ukraine. However, criticism of the government’s lack of clarity continues — including from within its own ranks.