Ukraine updates: US broadcasts recent $100 million in assist

Skip subsequent part US Secretary of Defense Austin broadcasts $100 million assist in Kyiv

November 21, 2023

US Secretary of Defense Austin broadcasts $100 million assist in Kyiv

US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin introduced a recent bundle of US navy assist to Ukraine value $100 million (roughly €91.38 million), throughout a shock go to to Kyiv.

The State Department stated the brand new bundle contains three million rounds of small-arms ammunition and tools for the HIMARS precision rocket launchers.

The US has equipped Ukraine because the begin of the battle with some $40 billion value of safety help, which has proved integral in Kyiv’s struggle towards Moscow.

“The message that I bring you today, Mr. President, is that the United States of America is with you. We will remain with you for the long haul,” Austin informed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the course of the go to.

Zelenskyy informed Austin that his go to was “a very important signal” for Ukraine.

“We count on your support,” he added.

Recently, the sustainability of such key assist has been referred to as into query, with Republicans solely advancing navy assist to Israel out of an assist bundle for each Ukraine and Israel requested by President Joe Biden.

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Skip subsequent part US bars 2 Russian armed forces members

November 21, 2023

US bars 2 Russian armed forces members

The United States has banned the entry of two Russians over their alleged involvement in human rights violations in Ukraine, the US State Department stated on Monday.

The sanctions lengthen to their fast households.

The State Department accused Russian Colonel Azatbek Omurbekov and Russian Guard Corporal Daniil Frolkin of committing extrajudicial killings of unarmed civilians in Ukraine.

Omurbekov, who has been referred to as the “Butcher of Bucha,” led a unit of troopers that allegedly killed, dismembered and burned civilians within the city of Bucha, near Kyiv, in the course of the Russian occupation.

Russian President Vladimir Putin subsequently praised the unit and promoted Omurbekov.

Frolkin has been accused of executing an unarmed civilian within the jap Ukrainian city of Andriivka.

“The reports that Omurbekov and Frolkin were involved in gross violations of human rights, as documented by NGOs and independent investigations, are serious and credible,” the State Department stated in a press launch.