US Announced USD 550 Million Military Aid To Ukraine

US announced USD 550 million in military aid to Ukraine, says will continue support against Russia.

The United States has announced military aid of USD 550 million to Ukraine. The State Department gave this information in a statement on Monday.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said:

“Today’s announcement includes more ammunition for the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMR) and the 155mm Artillery System, which Ukraine’s military can use on the battlefield to defend their country.”

Military aid to reach $8.7 billion.

Blinken said the drawdown would bring total US military aid to Ukraine to about US$8.7 billion since the start of Joe Biden’s administration.

“The United States stands with allies and partners in more than 50 countries in providing critical security assistance to support the defense of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity against Russian aggression,” he said.

Blinken said the people of Ukraine inspire the world as they defend their country and defend their freedom from brutal and unprovoked attacks by Russia for more than five months.

Our commitment to the people of Ukraine will not waver.

The US reiterated its support for Ukraine. Blinken said that our commitment to the people of Ukraine will not waver. We are united with Ukraine.

Earlier, condemning Russia’s “pre-planned, unprovoked, unfair and brutal war” on Ukraine, Blinken said the US would continue to provide Ukraine with weapons for its defense.

Ukraine will continue to support.

Blinken also reiterated US support for defending Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

“This is a tragic and devastating war entirely of Russia’s choice,” he said.

The United States, its allies, and partners will stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine to defend their country and their democracy.

We will continue to support the defense of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and strengthen Ukraine’s position on the battlefield and at the negotiating table.’

Russia launched a special military operation against Ukraine on 24 February.

Russia launched a “special military operation” in Ukraine on February 24, which the West has called a “war without cause”. As a result, Western countries have also imposed severe sanctions on Moscow.

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