Secretary of State Antony Blinken recently underlined US support for Ukraine. During a phone call with his Ukraine counterpart over the weekend, Blinken reiterated the nation’s commitment to help the war torn country.
President Joe Biden said he’s sending Congress a request for more security and humanitarian funding for Ukraine. During a press conference at the White House Thursday, Biden said in total he’s asking for an additional $33 billion for the war-torn country as the conflict continues for more than two months.
President Joe Biden announced an additional $800 million in military aid for Ukraine. He made the announcement at the White House Thursday in a move raising the total amount of military aid the US has given to Ukraine to $3.4 billion since the invasion began.
Pentagon spokesman John Kirby spoke on increased US involvement in the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. During a press briefing on Monday, he disclosed that Russia has begun moving their forces to the Donbas region of the country.
Members of Ukraine’s Parliament visited the U.S. Capitol to advocate for more aid to be sent to the Eastern European nation. The all female delegation spoke to reporters on Wednesday at the Ukrainian Embassy where they laid out a list of what they need in terms of military equipment.
President Joe Biden highlighted the latest sanctions against Russia and efforts to help Ukraine after meeting with fellow NATO leaders in Belgium.
A GOP combat veteran outlines a strategy for the Ukraine crisis. One America’s Tom McGrath has more.
Tensions escalated at the United Nations over a resolution to the invasion of Ukraine as ambassadors sparred with one another.
House Republicans are calling for President Joe Biden to provide military aircraft to Ukraine, so they can establish a no-fly zone on their own.