Signal of strong support: White House announces new aid package for Ukraine
The White House has announced that the United States is preparing a new aid package for Ukraine, which will be sent in the near future
White House spokeswoman Karin Jean-Pierre said this at a briefing, according to European Pravda.
"We will have another package of aid for Ukraine soon to signal our continued support for the brave people of Ukraine," she said.
The White House spokeswoman emphasized that this aid package "will signal" that the United States continues to support Ukraine. She added that the administration of US President Joe Biden is committed to helping Kyiv for as long as needed.
Jean-Pierre noted that the United States has assembled a coalition of more than 50 countries to support Ukraine, and more than 140 countries have condemned Russian aggression.
"Ukraine is supported by a very strong coalition. And if Putin thinks he can outlast us, he is wrong," she emphasized.
On September 6, the United States announced another package of military aid to Ukraine, this time including depleted uranium munitions.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken also announced in Kyiv that the United States had allocated more than $1 billion to help Ukraine.
On the same day, the US announced two more military aid packages, including air defense reinforcements, armored vehicles, and missiles.