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U.S. Aid Reaching Ukraine as Russia Attacks Near Kharkiv

U.S. military aid is reaching Ukraine as that nation’s military strives to blunt Russian attacks in the Kharkiv region, said Sabrina Singh, deputy Pentagon press secretary.

The Russian attacks on Kharkiv — Ukraine’s second-largest city — were not unexpected, Singh said today, and Ukrainian service members are fighting furiously to blunt the Russian incursions.

U.S. systems are again reaching Ukrainian service members after Congress approved a budget supplemental aid package on April 24. President Joe Biden announced a $1 billion assistance package at that time to meet Ukraine’s critical security needs. On Friday, the United States announced another tranche of $400 million in aid.

The most recent package provides military capabilities to support Ukraine’s most urgent battlefield requirements, including air defense, artillery rounds, armored vehicles and antitank weapons, Singh said.

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The Russian attacks in the Kharkiv region have made some gains. “We know that they’ve intensified some of those cross-border fires, and they’ll likely, in the coming weeks, increase that,” she said. “That’s why we’re doing everything we can to make sure Ukraine has what it needs.”

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