Canada imposes sanctions against 40 Russian citizens and announces a new military aid package for Ukraine, valued at more than 38 million dollars

Canada decided to provide Ukraine with a new military aid package, valued at 50 million Canadian dollars (38.7 million US dollars). This shipment will include drone cameras, additional ammunition for M777 howitzers and light weapons, notes a communiqué disclosed on the Canadian Prime Minister’s website.

In addition, Ottawa announced the imposition of additional sanctions against 21 “Russian individuals, including oligarchs and close associates” of the Russian leadership and 19 “individuals in the Russian defense sector and 5 entities for providing indirect and direct support” to the country’s Army.

The announcement came amid Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to kyiv, where he met on Sunday with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.

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