The European Union will fulfill its commitment to supply one million rounds of ammunition to Ukraine by the end of 2023. This was reported by the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen in an interview with Bloomberg.
"We are building up the industry, the military-industrial base. We pay a lot of attention to this. We are doing our best and working hard to fulfill the task," von der Leyen said.
The President of the European Commission also emphasized that Ukraine is actively progressing in implementing complex reforms and may soon become a member of the European Union.
"I am impressed by the way Ukraine is implementing very difficult reforms while they are at war. If they keep up this pace - and I see that they are absolutely motivated - it will be a decisive moment," the European Commission President emphasized.
She did not, however, specify a specific terms, but said that Kyiv would eventually succeed in its application for EU membership.