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Germany pledges new military aid worth 1.3 bn euros for Ukraine

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Germany announces 1.3 billion euros more in military gear for Ukraine in its fight against Russia, including four further IRIS T-SLM air defence systems as well as artillery ammunition. The package was unveiled by German Defence Minister Boris Pistorius after talks with his Ukrainian counterpart Rustem Umerov in Kyiv. SOUNDBITE

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