Top Ukraine, U.S. defense authorities talked about military help in call, Kyiv states

Top Ukraine, U.S. defense officials discussed military aid in call, Kyiv says

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

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Three senior U.S. security authorities held a video call with a group of their Ukrainian equivalents to talk about military help to Kyiv, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s chief of personnel stated on Saturday.

“We discussed the further provision of necessary assistance to our country, in particular vehicles, weapons and ammunition,” Andriy Yermak composed on Telegram.

Yermak stated he, Ukraine’s Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov, leading general Valeriy Zaluzhnyi, and numerous other senior leaders and authorities had actually gone to the conference.

U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, leading military leader Mark Milley, and the White House nationwide security advisor Jake Sullivan represented the opposite.

Yermak did not provide information of particular demands to the U.S. side.

The conference happened as Kyiv looks for to collect enough materials of arms from its Western backers, of which the U.S. has actually been the most substantial, to install a counter-offensive and attempt to reclaim area recorded by Moscow in 2015.

Yermak included that Zelenskyy had actually signed up with the conference at the end to provide his views on the freedom of Ukrainian areas inhabited by Russia given that its intrusion almost 13 months back.

“We briefed our allies in detail about the current situation at the front, combat operations in the most difficult areas, as well as the urgent needs of the Ukrainian army,” Yermak stated.

Ukrainian forces continued Friday to stand up to Russian attacks on the destroyed city of Bakhmut, the centerpiece for 8 months of Russian tries to advance through the commercial Donetsk area in eastern Ukraine surrounding Russia.

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