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Blinken, Austin pledge $700M in aid and return of diplomats to Ukraine after visit--- OH LOOK MORE GRIFTED MONEY FOR PEDO JOES BIO LAB COVER UPS

 
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Blinken, Austin pledge $700M in aid and return of diplomats to Ukraine after visit--- OH LOOK MORE GRIFTED MONEY FOR PEDO JOES BIO LAB COVER UPS
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After a secret, high-level trip to Ukraine on Sunday, the United States announced over $700 million in military assistance for Ukraine and allies and the return of U.S. diplomats to the war-torn country.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin left reporters across the border in Poland on Sunday, for security reasons, as they ventured into Ukraine to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and other government leaders in what was the first U.S. visit to Ukraine since Russia's Feb. 24 invasion. The top U.S. officials took a train from Poland to Kyiv, the capital, and they went straight to the presidential palace, Blinken told reporters.

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The pair of Cabinet secretaries informed Zelensky that the U.S. would provide $713 million in foreign military financing for Ukraine and 15 allied and partner countries, which included $322 million specifically for Kyiv, and that the State Department notified Congress on Sunday of a foreign military sale of up to $165 million for nonstandard ammunition for Ukraine.

"Russia has sought as its aim to take away [Ukraine's] sovereignty, to take away its independence. That has failed," Blinken said during a news conference with Austin on Monday at an undisclosed location in Poland near the Ukrainian border.



"It sought to assert the power of its military, its economy. We, of course, are seeing just the opposite," Blinken continued.

"The bottom line is this: We don't know how the rest of this war will unfold, but we do know that a sovereign independent Ukraine will be around a lot longer than Vladimir Putin is on the scene," Blinken said. "And our support for Ukraine going forward will continue. It will continue until we see final success."





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