US will continue to help Ukraine, but aid packages will be smaller — Pentagon
The United States will continue to provide military assistance packages for Ukraine, but they will be much smaller in the near future
This was stated by Deputy Spokesperson for the US Department of Defense Sabrina Singh.
"Allies and partners are continuing to support Ukraine, we are continuing to support Ukraine in what they need in their fight. You saw a package that we rolled out last week. We're going to continue to roll out packages, they just are getting smaller. So we really implore Congress to pass the supplemental request that the President sent up so that we can continue to meet Ukraine's battlefield needs," Singh said.
She assured that the United States remains committed to supporting Ukraine and will continue to provide assistance.
Recently, the US said that it had used about 96% of the amount allocated to help Ukraine, but the Pentagon still has $1.1 billion left for Kyiv.