UK spent £2.3billion on aid to Ukraine in 2022, Rishi Sunak promises a similar amount to be spent in 2023.

As Rishi Sunak authorises to supply Ukraine with 14  Challenger 2 Tanks, the UK remains one of the highest contributing partners in the Ukraine war.

Last year, in 2022, the UK taxpayer spent £2.3 Billion on aid to the Ukraine with Rishi Sunak promising to spend a similar amount to be spent on military aid in 2023 despite the financial crisis in the UK.

As Mr Sunak authorised 14 taxpayer funded Challenger 2 tanks to be sent to Ukraine, a hesitant Germany has now fallen in line with Western countries with offering its Leopards 2 tanks.

The UK Government hasn’t only provided a massive amount of weapons, military kit and amo, it has also created a training programme to train up the Ukrainian army.

So far, since last year, 9,900 Ukrainian troops have been trained by the British Army with an ambition to train a further 23,000 soldiers in 2023.

1 thought on “UK spent £2.3billion on aid to Ukraine in 2022, Rishi Sunak promises a similar amount to be spent in 2023.

  1. The Minsk treaty that Ukraine signed and then ignored to give time to build up its army for what is happening now, all the while bombing the dumbas civilians (ethnic Russian speaking people) for the last 8 years as well as the USA financing bioweapon labs all over Ukraine, so little wonder why putin started smo to clear up his back yard of western infiltration and eliminate the azov and possibly the Kazarian mafia as well. Western msm and governments are totally in the wrong. History has been forgotten and lessons have not been learned. Why have we been programmed to hate Russia is a question that will never be answered.

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