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From America and NATO.. New missiles and lethal weapons for Ukraine

From America and NATO.. New missiles and lethal weapons for Ukraine

Regional spokesman for the US State Department, Samuel Warburg, said that the states are ready to provide more support to the Ukrainian people in the face of the Russian operation.

This coincides with the European Union’s announcement of financing the purchase and delivery of weapons to Ukraine, enabling it to confront the Russian army.

And he said Warburg In an interview with “Sky News Arabia”, the United States is working to continue supporting the Ukrainian people in the face of the development of Russian attacks, including by providing more security, economic and humanitarian assistance.

The US diplomat explained that his country has provided “new lethal defense military aid” to Ukraine worth 350 million dollars, adding: “This brings the total security assistance that the United States has committed to Ukraine since last year to more than one billion dollars.”

“We are ready to provide more support to Kiev,” the spokesman added.

On the other hand, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the allies are intensifying their support for Ukraine.

Stoltenberg explained that the support provided to Ukraine includes air defense missiles and anti-tank weapons, as well as humanitarian and financial aid.

was the Russian army On Sunday, for the first time since the start of his attack on Ukraine, he admitted that he had suffered casualties, but did not announce any outcome of the military operation.

“The Russian military are demonstrating their courage in their combat missions. Unfortunately, there are dead and wounded, but our losses are much less than those of the Ukrainian side,” said Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konachenikov.

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