ARCHIV - 21.11.2020, Russland, Moskau: Wladimir Putin, Präsident von Russland, nimmt am virtuellen G20-Gipfel teil. (zu dpa "Kreml: Putin will an G20-Gipfel im Herbst teilnehmen") Foto: Aleksey Nikolskyi/Kremlin Pool/Planet Pix via ZUMA Wire/dpa +++ dpa-Bildfunk +++

There are two developments in particular that stand out today, or better: two promises. The first: The United States wants to deliver the first Norwegian-style missile defense system to Ukraine, costing around 65 million dollars.

This would almost complete the arsenal of heavy weapons for Ukraine; only the western fighter jets are missing. Yes, Germany had also promised air defense (Iris T), but it may be months before that comes.

The surface-to-air defense could help in particular against the continued Russian rocket attacks on major cities in central Ukraine. Of course: As with all other weapons, Ukraine will need more of them and, above all, sufficient ammunition.

The second promise is, so to speak, the superstructure for the arms delivery. The G7 heads of state gave it today in Elmau. “We will continue to provide financial, humanitarian, military and diplomatic support and stand by Ukraine for as long as it is needed,” a summit statement said. As long as it is necessary – you will be able to judge them by their words.

1. Berlin Kremlin propagandist Sosnowski: He supplies the keywords for annihilation fantasies against Germany (T )

Alexander Sosnowski appears on Russian TV as an expert on Germany, and he uses social media and a blog to spread pro-Kremlin positions. Who is the man?

2. Ukrainian President in Elmau: What Zelenskyj demands and the G7 promise him

Volodymyr Zelenskyj asks for massive support via video on the second day of the summit. The G7 promise him help – “for as long as necessary”. An overview.

3. Assistance with logistics and training: Western command network to be active in Ukraine

According to a media report, commandos from 20 countries and services such as the CIA are helping Ukraine to transport weapons. They also train Kiev’s troops.