Biden announces to Zelensky another package of 350 million military aid to Ukraine

The G7 summit in Hiroshima this weekend has come a long way, as well as new sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine. In addition to the heads of the seven major economic powers in the world, Japan has attended many guests such as the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskywith whom his US counterpart, Joe Biden, committed to The new military aid package to Kiev estimated at $ 375 million, which means, in turn, about 350 million euros.

Previously, sources from the delegation accompanying Biden at the G7 summit held in Hiroshima (Japan) indicated that this package would include Delivery of multiple launch artillery and missile systems Hemars. During his meeting with Zelensky, President Biden stressed “the United States’ readiness to continue to provide security assistance to meet Ukraine’s immediate needs on the battlefield.”

Biden also referred to his recent decision to certify the training of Ukrainian pilots in combat aircraft, cIt is considered a precursor to the possibility of delivering the F-16 to Kyiv. In this sense, Biden limited himself to saying that “the United States continues to do everything in its power to enhance Ukraine’s defense capability,” without giving more details about this initiative.

Zelensky, for his part, “noted” Biden’s support for what he described as the “international aviation coalition.” We discussed Akbar Cooperation to enhance defense capabilities Our country, the implementation of the Ukrainian peace formula and reconstruction and recovery projects in Ukraine, ”the president said on his Twitter account.

Similarly, both leaders discussed Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine and preparation for the NATO summit July in Vilnius (Lithuania), as well as “the importance of obtaining security guarantees for Ukraine” before the country’s possible accession to NATO.

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