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France accused of 'delaying' EU shells for Ukraine




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France was accused by the European Union of slowing down a €2 billion euro ($2.12 billion), package to purchase weapons for Ukraine. The Telegraph reported that France demanded that the munitions are made within the bloc.

According to European sources, Paris wanted assurances that a deal to jointly procure arms would only benefit firms located in the EU.

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