Various media report that the UK has agreed to sell more than 100 surplus armoured vehicles to Latvia in another step towards bolstering the UK's relationship with its NATO allies. | Various papers report that the European Union is now set to unveil a fresh package of sanctions against Russia as western leaders staged a show of support for the beleaguered Ukrainian government. | Various media report that the Public Accounts Committee has criticised MOD for failing to consult the head of the army fully before pushing ahead with deep cuts to regular forces. | Various media report that the president of Ukraine has told NATO that a deal to stop the fighting with pro-Russian rebels in his country could be reached today. | Various papers report that the West may withdraw military aid to Afghanistan unless a successor to President Karzai is chosen by the end of this month. | The main focus on reporting from the NATO Summit is the news that the Prime Minister David Cameron has not ruled out the possibility of UK air strikes in Syria and Iraq in a bid to tackle the threat posed by the Islamic State militant group. | The Telegraph reports that a study by the Royal United Services Institute predicts that Britain’s dwindling defence spending will fall below the NATO benchmark level as soon as next year.