Dutch PM signs Ukraine security deal, vows arms funding

Updated March 2 2024 - 6:25am, first published 6:23am
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has met Ukrainian troops in the city of Kharkiv. (AP PHOTO)
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has met Ukrainian troops in the city of Kharkiv. (AP PHOTO)

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has signed a security deal with Ukraine in the northeastern city of Kharkiv and says the Netherlands will help fund the supply of 800,000 artillery shells to hold back Russian forces.

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