Amid Ukraine's artillery shortage and a stalled $60 billion aid package in the US Congress, US President Joe Biden is urging G7 nations to make progress on plans to tap frozen Russian assets to support Ukraine by their June meeting, Bloomberg reported.
US President Biden convenes congressional leaders to address Ukraine aid and impending US gov’t shutdown
Biden convenes urgent White House meeting with US congressional leaders to discuss critical Ukraine funding and avoiding a federal government shutdown ahead of the looming March 2 deadline.
Russian propaganda is trying hard to split American society in order to completely end US support for Ukraine, Ukraine's President said.
Ukrainian forces withdrew from the eastern city of Avdiivka on 17 Feb, which President Biden attributed to insufficient ammunition partly caused by delayed congressional funding.
The second episode of Ukraine Talks delves into the motives and risks behind Russia’s plan to launch nuclear weapons into orbit, the strategic and political consequences of the Ukrainian troops’ retreat from the frontline town of Avdiivka, Navalny's death and US military aid to Ukraine.
"The costs of inaction are rising every day, especially in Ukraine," US President Joe Biden said.
Ukraine’s Ambassador to the US expressed hope that the meeting between US President Joe Biden and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz would pave the way for Ukraine to receive long-range missiles that it has been seeking from both countries to deter Russian attacks.
Ukraine's surface drones successfully sank a Russian missile corvette in the Black Sea - the 17th ship that Russia lost in the war.
EU proposes a $5 billion Ukraine military aid fund which focuses on joint weapon procurement and troops training.
CNN: Biden warns top lawmakers that US soldiers on the line if Russia-Ukraine war expands into NATO territory
Biden cautioned Congress leaders that curtailing assistance for outgunned Ukrainian forces risks a spillover of hostilities into neighboring NATO countries, thereby obliging US troops to directly confront the Russians, as per CNN sources.
Biden says Republicans will have “an awful lot to pay for” if they don’t pass military assistance for Ukraine now
US President Joe Biden once again urged Congress to pass military and financial aid for Ukraine worth $61 billion while speaking to journalists on 13 January 2024.
Following Russia's largest aerial assault on Ukraine, US President Biden urges Congress to "take urgent action" and approve additional aid for Kyiv.
The White House announced a new executive order that allows the US to sanction any foreign financial institutions that provide assistance to Russia’s military-industrial base.
"Without supplemental funding, we're rapidly coming to an end of our ability to help Ukraine respond to the urgent operational demands that it has," Biden stated.
The help is provided via the Presidential Drawdown mechanism that doesn't need Congressional approval. However, $61 bn of Ukraine aid hangs in the balance
US Senate Republicans vote against a $110 billion aid bill for Ukraine and Israel, insisting on immigration reforms, raising questions about aid's future, with Biden urging action to counter Putin's agenda.
As the decisive Senate vote looms, the US Secretary of State cautions that if Putin goes unchecked, it sends a dangerous message to potential aggressors worldwide.
On the eve of the crucial Senate vote, the President of the United States reassured that American military assistance to Ukraine will continue.
On 25 November, the White House reaffirmed its unwavering support for Ukraine, using the occasion of the Holodomor…