Allies Weigh Transferring Ukraine Weapons Group to NATO

An American-led multinational organization that coordinates the shipment of arms to Ukraine could move to the control of NATO to make it easier for the flow of weapons to Kyiv if Donald Trump becomes president, Politico reported on Tuesday.

Very senior officials in Brussels during the NATO foreign ministerial meeting on Wednesday and Thursday are expected to discuss a gradual transfer of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group into the control of the alliance so that the move could be finalized at the NATO leaders’ summit in Washington in July, according to a U.S. official.

This is seen as a way to give other countries in NATO a much more significant role in the process in case Trump is elected president again.

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