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Ukraine War: US to Provide $375 Million in Latest Aid Package

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Nizamuddin Rezahi
Nizamuddin Rezahi
Nizamuddin Rezahi is a journalist and editor for Khaama Press. You may follow him @nizamrezahi on Twitter.

United States President Joe Biden on Sunday announced his country’s latest military aid package to Ukraine includes ammunition, artillery and armored vehicles.

Leaders of other Group Seven (G7) member states also stressed to continue supporting Ukraine in its fight against the Russian invasion which began on February 24, 2022.

On the sidelines of the 7G summit in Hiroshima city of Japan, President Biden met with his Ukrainian counterpart on Sunday and said that the US would make every possible effort to support Kyiv in its fight against Russia.  

Biden said that his country’s fresh military aid to Ukraine includes ammunition, artillery and armored vehicles. He further added that Russians cannot break the determination of the G7 countries to support Ukraine.

Meanwhile, President Zelensky who had traveled to Japan to attract the support of G7 countries told reporters that Bakhmut city which sits in the eastern part of Ukraine has been utterly demolished due to Russia’s recent missile attacks.

Pointing to the destruction of Bakhmut, Zelensky said, “It is a grave tragedy, nothing is left in the city”. Zelensky reiterated that Ukrainian forces will remain in Bakhmut and Russian troops have not completely captured the city.

On the contrary, Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated Russian troops and its mercenary Wagner group fighters for capturing Bakhmut. Wagner group fighters have played a major role in so-called the “liberation” of Bakhmut city.

Meanwhile, the leaders of G7 nations announced their continued support for Ukraine. Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised that his country would support Ukraine as long as necessary.

Japanese Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, who hosted the meeting also said that it was significantly important to show the solidarity of the G7 countries in their intention to maintain international law and order.

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