The United States has handed Ukraine nearly 100% of the military aid requested by Kiev for the counteroffensive, said John Kirby, strategic communications coordinator at the White House National Security Council. At the same time, he assured that military deliveries to Ukraine will continue, reports TASS.
A White House spokesman said Washington had provided “almost everything” for the offensive operations Kiev plans to launch in the spring.
“Very soon you will see new deliveries from us,” Kirby added.
Previously, the WSJ reported on US problems with ammunition production. According to the newspaper, US intentions to increase ammunition production did not materialize due to a lack of bullets, equipment and skilled workers.
Meanwhile, Ukrainian Air Force Commander Mykola Oleshchuk showed off Zuni missiles, first transferred to Kyiv from the United States.
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