U.S to contribute $713 million in military aid

The Associated Press reported on Sunday that US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin announced during a visit to Kyiv that Washington will contribute $713 million in military aid to Ukraine and 15 other European countries.
More than $322 million would go to Ukraine, while the remainder will be split among Eastern and Central European nations, according to the article.
 Blinken held a news conference at an unknown location in Poland near the Ukrainian border, telling reporters that Russian attempts to “subjugate Ukraine and remove its independence” had “failed.”
Blinken also relayed to Zelensky that US President Joe Biden would nominate Bridget Brink as US ambassador to Ukraine, he said .
The office of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky issued a readout of the meeting on Monday, stressing the importance of the visit and saying the country “counts on the support of our partners.”

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