Reznikov on outcome of Ramstein meeting: “The free world is with us until we win”

Reznikov on outcome of Ramstein meeting: “The free world is with us until we win”

Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov of Ukraine summed up the outcome of the seventh meeting in the "Ramstein" format, which took place on November 16.

He wrote about this on Twitter, Ukrinform reports.

“The free world is with us until we win. Ukraine’s strength now: increased economic potential, better training of UAarmy, modern logistics,” he wrote.

Reznikov also thanked Ukraine’s partners for their support and "new initiatives".

The Minister of Defense noted that he expects “great results” before the next meeting in Germany.

Read also: Evolution of the West’s support for Ukraine over October 2022

As Ukrinform reported, on Wednesday, November 16, U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin opened the seventh meeting in the Ramstein format on support to Ukraine. There, he said that the members of the group would maintain the pace of support for Kyiv throughout the winter, so that Ukraine could continue to consolidate its successes and seize the initiative on the battlefield.

The sixth meeting of the Contact Group on Defense of Ukraine was held in October in Brussels in face-to-face format. One of the main points of the previous meeting focused on providing Ukraine with air defense systems.

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