The Nordic nations—Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark—are considering coordinating weapon acquisition and distribution in support of Ukraine.
This article by Gerard O'Dwyer, writing for Defense News, makes the following points:
- The idea of pooling resources started with a meeting of Nordic defence ministers in November.
- The discussion focused on deepening pan-Nordic defence collaboration in support of Ukraine.
- All four Nordic states plan to increase their military support to Ukraine.
- Total military aid by the Nordic nations to Ukraine is set to exceed $2 billion by year's end.