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NATO is drawing up plans to secure a five-year military aid package of up to $100 billion to Ukraine, in an attempt to shield the country from “winds of political change” that could usher in a second Trump presidency in the US, the Financial Times reported.

The so-called Mission for Ukraine proposal is being put forward by the secretary-general, Jens Stoltenberg.

Stoltenberg has pitched the proposal as a means “to shield the mechanism against the winds of political change,” according to people briefed on his remarks.

The Norwegian secretary-general, who will step down from his role this autumn, is aiming to reach agreement before the NATO leaders’ summit in Washington in July.

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