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Finland's Prime Minister: Europe would be in trouble without the US
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin has said that Europe is not "strong enough" to withstand Russia's invasion of Ukraine and needed US support.
During a visit to Australia, the leader of NATO's member-in-waiting said that Europe's defense must be strengthened.
"I have to be honest with you, Europe is not strong enough right now," she said. "We would be in trouble without the United States."
The US is by far the largest provider of military aid to Ukraine.
Since the start of the war in February, it has provided $18.6bn (€17.7bn; £15.2bn) in support.
The second largest donor is the European Union, followed by the United Kingdom, says the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, writes the BBC.
Speaking at the Lowy Institute in Sydney on Friday, Ms Marin said: "The United States has given too many weapons, too much financial aid, too much humanitarian aid to Ukraine and Europe is still not strong enough."