NATO ministers mull billions in funding for Ukraine

By Andrew Gray and John Irish
Updated April 3 2024 - 11:05pm, first published 10:59pm
British Foreign Secretary David Cameron (left) is among NATO foreign ministers meeting in Brussels. (AP PHOTO)
British Foreign Secretary David Cameron (left) is among NATO foreign ministers meeting in Brussels. (AP PHOTO)

NATO foreign ministers have met to discuss how to put military support for Ukraine on a long-term footing, including a proposal for a 100 billion euro ($A164 billion) five-year fund and a plan seen as a way to "Trump-proof" aid for Kyiv.

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