Zelensky ‘grateful’ for brand spanking new US arms package deal to Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky speaks from Kyiv, Ukraine, early Monday, March 21, 2022. Photograph: Companies

KYIV: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky stated Wednesday he was “grateful” for a brand new American arms package deal to Kyiv after chatting with US President Joe Biden.

“The US introduced new strengthening of our defence, a brand new $1 billion help package deal,” Zelensky stated in a night deal with. “I’m grateful for this help, it’s particularly vital for our defence in (the japanese area of) Donbas.”

Biden introduced an arms package deal to Ukraine price $1 billion earlier on Wednesday, together with extra artillery, coastal anti-ship defence methods, ammunition for artillery and superior rocket methods that Ukraine is already utilizing.

“I’m additionally grateful for the (US) management in mobilising the assistance of all companions,” the Ukrainian chief stated.

He stated he additionally mentioned with the US president “the tactical state of affairs on the battlefield and the way to speed up our victory”.

Kyiv has been pleading for extra Western weapons to assist it counter Russia´s invasion, with its military outgunned by Moscow´s forces.

“Every single day I battle for Ukraine to get the required weapons and tools,” Zelensky stated.

“However braveness, knowledge and tactical expertise can’t be imported. And our heroes have these.”

Zelensky stated he additionally held a cellphone dialog with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

The UK chief stated on Twitter that London helps Kyiv “till its eventual victory”.

“The @G7 and @NATO summits later this month shall be a chance to exhibit the West´s unity and resolve to help Ukraine within the long-term,” Johnson stated.

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