Canada will transfer to Ukraine military equipment
The equipment amounting to $2,5 mln
The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces announces the transfer from Canada to Ukrainian army the military equipment valued at $2,5 mln - posted on the Facebook page of the General Staff.
"Tomorrow (on Saturday, November 28 - UNIAN), the representative of Military Attaché of Canada will convey the military equipment valued at $2,5 mln to Ukrainian side”, - said the message.
In early November Canadian instructors held the training for Ukrainian sappers at the Demining Centre of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Earlier Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau called upon President of Russian Federation Vladimir Putin to withdraw the troops from Ukraine and to implement the Minsk Agreements.
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