Biden signs $40 billion aid package to Ukraine while in Seoul Biden signs $40B for Ukraine assistance, confirms White House Biden signs $40B for Ukraine assistance during Asia trip Biden signs $40 billion Ukraine aid package as Russia steps
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President Biden on Saturday signed a new $40 billion package of military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine as the country braced for a drawn-out war of attrition in its eastern regions, vowing that it would not stop fighting until all Russian forces were expelled
It came as Russia continued its assault in Ukraine’s east Saturday, having earlier claimed to have captured Mairupol’s Azovstal steel plant, the last stronghold of Ukrainian resistance in the southern city, which has been besieged for nearly three monthsofficial stated on Saturday that Russia had brought 18,873 Ukrainians stranded in the Lugansk and Donetsk districts to safety the previous day, including 2,282 children. Col. Gen
Russia said in a statement late Friday that its defense minister, Sergei K. Shoigu, had informed President Vladimir V. Putin of the “complete liberation” of the Mariupol steel plant where Ukrainian fighters had made their last stand in the city before surrendering in recent days. Ukrainian officials have not confirmed the Russian claim.