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The strategic partnership between the United States of America and Ukraine will be strengthened regardless of who wins the US presidential election. This was stated by the Ambassador of Ukraine to the United States Volodymyr Yelchenko, reports the Ukrinform.

According to him, both Ukraine and the United States are committed to strengthening relations between the countries.

“I am confident that, regardless of who wins this year’s US elections, our friendship and strategic partnership will continue to grow as both Ukraine and the United States are committed to strengthening this relationship,” Yelchenko said.

He also noted that at a time when Ukraine is facing the most challenges, US support and bipartisan consensus remain strong.

“It doesn’t matter who ran the White House, or which party — Republican or Democratic-controlled the House of Representatives or the Senate. Today, when Ukraine is experiencing the most challenges in its recent history, US support and bipartisan consensus remain strong, “Yelchenko said.

The ambassador expressed gratitude to the American side for “a leadership position in preserving the transatlantic unity and increasing pressure on Russia for its aggressive and malicious behavior.”

Earlier to the Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in his vision in case of victory in the elections noted achieve an end to the war in Donbass and help Ukraine defend itself against Russian aggression

Biden has pledged to provide military aid to Ukraine, including lethal weapons to help Ukraine defend itself against Russia.

He also pledged to engage the Ukrainian government, business, and civil society leaders to fight corruption and consolidate a society that loves the rule of law and is confident in the justice and economic opportunity for citizens.

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