Pentagon to transfer additional air defense systems to Ukraine 18:23

The Pentagon has allocated a military aid and air defense package worth $2.3 billion to Ukraine, including additional air defense assets. This was stated by Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin during a meeting with Ukrainian Defense Minister Rustam Umerov in Washington. DEA News.

Ukraine will also receive anti-tank weapons and critical ammunition directly from the US arsenal. At a joint press conference with Umerov, Austin said the US and its allies plan to “build a bridge” for Ukraine’s future accession to the alliance at the NATO summit in Washington on July 9-11.

Before that, he was at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs It was announced At the NATO summit, Ukraine received “good news” about air defense. The source recalled that the Ukrainian army really wanted to get additional Patriot systems.

At the White House on June 20 statedHe said that the US would transfer all Patriot and NASAMS air defense systems produced by the United States to Kiev.

Previously at the Pentagon commented The attack of the Ukrainian Armed Forces on Sevastopol.

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