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America again came with Ukraine to defeat Russia, decided to give military aid of 400 million dollars



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Officials said the United States would send an additional $400 million in military aid to Ukraine.
The package will include a large amount of ammunition and for the first time the Avenger air defense system.
America is helping Ukraine at a time when the Russian army itself is withdrawing from Kherson.

Washington. Several US officials said on Thursday that the United States would send an additional $400 million in military aid to Ukraine. There are fears that if the Republican Party takes control of parliament, there will be a slight reduction in funding for the war against Russia. The counting of votes for Tuesday’s midterm elections is underway and the results are expected to be announced on Thursday. In the election, the Republican Party appears to be heading for a minor majority in the House of Representatives.

According to officials, the aid package will include a large amount of munitions and, for the first time, the Avenger air defense system. This US aid to Ukraine will come as Russia announced the withdrawal of its troops from the major Ukrainian city of Kherson. The United States and Russia will soon hold talks on restoring their suspended nuclear arms control oversight. The State Department provided this information on Tuesday. These inspections have been suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic and Russia’s war against Ukraine.

State Department spokesman Ned Price said negotiations on inspections under the “New START” treaty would take place in the “near future” and that there would be no talks on the war in Ukraine. He did not specify when or where the talks would take place, but other officials said the talks could take place in Egypt later this year. The treaty’s so-called “Bilateral Consultative Commission” will meet after more than a year and aims to show that the two countries are committed to arms control and negotiating despite differences.

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