United Arab Emirates to supply Ukraine with weapons

 

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has made a deal to purchase weapons from the United Arab Emirates, as stated by Anton Gerashchenko, advisor of the Ukrainian Interior Minister, a member of parliament, Lenta.ru reports.“The Arabs, unlike Europeans and Americans, do not fear Putin’s threats about starting the third world war, should weapons and military equipment be shipped to Ukraine. It seems they have a crow to pluck with Putin for oil prices dropping almost twofold and for the world instability hindering long-term development of the UAE. So, it will be their little revenge,” Gerashchenko wrote on Facebook.The deal was reached at a meeting of Poroshenko with Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The Ukrainian leader met with the prince in Abu Dhabi within the framework of the IDEX-2015 exhibition of weapons.

 

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has made a deal to purchase weapons from the United Arab Emirates, as stated by Anton Gerashchenko, advisor of the Ukrainian Interior Minister, a member of parliament, Lenta.ru reports.

“The Arabs, unlike Europeans and Americans, do not fear Putin’s threats about starting the third world war, should weapons and military equipment be shipped to Ukraine. It seems they have a crow to pluck with Putin for oil prices dropping almost twofold and for the world instability hindering long-term development of the UAE. So, it will be their little revenge,” Gerashchenko wrote on Facebook.

The deal was reached at a meeting of Poroshenko with Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The Ukrainian leader met with the prince in Abu Dhabi within the framework of the IDEX-2015 exhibition of weapons.

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