Sullivan: US to provide necessary equipment to Ukraine to resist Russian advances

Sullivan: US to provide necessary equipment to Ukraine to resist Russian advances

The United States follows the situation in eastern Ukraine and is ready to continue providing necessary equipment and tools to Ukraine to be able to resist Russian advances.

“We’re concerned by every act of aggression the Russians have undertaken, every inch of Ukrainian territory they sit upon, they wreck, they bomb, they destroy, both in the areas they’re moving on the ground and in the areas they’re raining missiles down on from afar,” US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said at a press gaggle on June 8.

He stressed that the United States remains committed to supporting Ukraine.

“And that’s why we’re so committed to providing the necessary equipment and tools to the Ukrainians to be able to resist Russian advances in where they can push them back,” Sullivan noted.

As reported, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky called the ongoing battle for Sievierodonetsk one of the most difficult since the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion. He stressed that the fate of Donbas is being decided there now, and the Ukrainian military is inflicting significant losses on the enemy.


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