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U.S. to Transfer Long-Range Missiles to Ukraine as Part of $2.2 Billion Aid Package

Ukraine Receives Advanced Military Aid from U.S., Including High-Precision Missiles

U.S. to Transfer Long-Range Missiles to Ukraine as Part of $2.2 Billion Aid Package

New York ( — According to Reuters, citing anonymous sources within the US leadership, the United States is reportedly preparing to transfer long-range missiles to Ukraine as part of a $2.2 billion military aid package. The specifics of the missiles have yet to be disclosed by the agency. Ukraine has previously requested high-precision ATACMS missiles with a range of up to 300 kilometers that can be fired from HIMARS installations. However, Western allies have declined to transfer these weapons due to concerns that they could be used to target areas deep within Russian territory, potentially leading to an uncontrollable escalation of the conflict. The new military aid package from the United States will also include ammunition and other weapons, as well as Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB) high-precision homing glide missiles with a range of up to 150 km. Meanwhile, the UK believes that extending the conflict is not in Ukraine’s best interests and plans to increase military assistance, although it will not be providing its latest aircraft due to operational complexities. France, on the other hand, is set to transfer an additional 12 Caesar self-propelled howitzers to Ukraine, following the transfer of 18 earlier. Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis has stated that all European countries may recall their ambassadors to Russia, similar to the actions taken by Baltic countries. Additionally, it has been reported that 9,000 people in Russia were mobilized illegally, but they have since been returned home. The Russian Prosecutor General, Krasnov, has admitted this. The Russian prosecutors have also requested a nine-year sentence in a penal colony for journalist Alexander Nevzorov, who has been charged with spreading “fakes” about the army and has been labeled a “foreign agent” in Russia.


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