Will continue to support Ukraine

Washington. America has pledged to continue supporting Ukraine. It is noteworthy that the US last week announced two significant aid packages for Ukraine that have brought together more than 50 countries to cooperate and work to meet Ukraine’s requests to be successful on the battlefield. has been done.
White House Press Secretary Carine Jean-Pierre told reporters that we are not going to speak for the people of Ukraine, but we will leave it to the people of Ukraine to help them in their campaigns. Tell about yourself. But it is clear that they are working hard to defend their country and get their land back.
The Washington Post reported on Monday that after Ukraine captured Balaklia last Thursday, Russian troops withdrew and handed over more than 1,100 square miles of territory to Ukraine. According to the newspaper, Russia’s Defense Ministry said that the troops are reuniting. Ukraine has occupied more territory than Russia in the past five days since April, according to the Institute for the Study of War, which closely monitors the war, the news said.
According to the New York Times, there are contradictions in the statements of the Russian official as lawmakers and pundits on state television have cast doubt on Moscow’s prospects.
Meanwhile, US Senator Gene Shaheen and Senator John Cornyn, a senior member of the Senate Armed Services Committee and chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Europe and Regional Security Cooperation, introduced a bill, following which the Pentagon, the headquarters of the US Department of Defense, sent Ukraine to Ukraine. After the military aid, the scope of procurement authorizations was expanded to fill the country’s defense reserves as soon as possible.
Earlier in the day, Jean-Pierre said Russia’s war in Ukraine is a threat to the rules-based international order that has been the foundation of stability around the world for decades. “We are asking Congress to approve additional funding to support Ukraine’s efforts,” he said. (Language)

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