Ukraine has cemented yet another ‘NATO-lite’ deal with an alliance member, inking a ten-year agreement with Finland that sees more supplies promised, and an undertaking to provide “swift and sustained security assistance” in future.

An agreement that reaffirms Finnish support for Ukraine militarily, financially, and politically while stating Finland will be involved in efforts to prosecute Russian figures for war crimes was signed on Wednesday. The deal is the eighth such agreement, all with reasonably similar contents, signed with a NATO member state this year.

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