Volodymyr Zelesky, the Ukrainian counterpart of US President Joe Biden, was informed Wednesday by Joe Biden that the United States would grant Ukraine. 500 million more in aid The United States didn’t clarify whether this money would be used for humanitarian purposes, or if it would come in the form military aid.
They also talked over the phone about Washington and its allies’ efforts to identify “additional capacities” to assist the Ukrainian military, according to a White House statement.
On Wednesday, US President Joe Biden spoke to Volodymyr Zelensky in Ukraine. He said that the United States will provide additional aid of $500 million for Ukraine.
They discussed the US’s efforts to help the Ukrainian Armed Forces with “additional capabilities”.
Zelensky posted on Twitter that he talked to Biden about humanitarian and military aid, as well “a new package containing reinforced sanctions” against Russia. Neither party provided more detail.
Zelensky and White House also reported that they discussed the battlefield and the negotiations with Russia. The leaders met in Istanbul Tuesday to discuss the possibility of a ceasefire.
In these talks, Russian negotiators promised to dramatically reduce the number and influence of troops around Kyiv and Chernigov in order to concentrate on the conquest of Donbas.Kremlin’s primary objective
Negotiators from Ukraine in Istanbul indicated that they are ready to give up membership in any military alliance including NATO if it receives security guarantees in writing from ten countries (UK. China. Russia. Turkey. Canada. Poland.
The White House and Zelensky did not mention this request from Ukraine. They want this agreement with the US to help resolve any future conflict with Russia.
The Russian invasion in Ukraine began on February 24, 2014, and has ended. UNHCR estimates that at least four million refugees are in need of shelter.