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Biden allocates 600 million to Ukraine

On Saturday, US President Joe Biden revealed that he has allocated $600 million to help Ukraine, including $350 million for the Department of Defense.
The memorandum signed by the US President stated: “The Secretary of State was given the authority and authority to provide immediate military assistance to Ukraine.”
As part of his powers, the US Secretary of State must determine whether it is in the interests of the United States to provide free assistance to Ukraine in the amount of $250 million, the document says.
The document also confirmed that the United States will send another $350 million worth of weapons and services to the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense.
And in the early hours of Thursday morning, February 24, Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine after the Donetsk and Lugansk republics requested help to defend themselves from the intense attacks of Ukrainian forces.
The Russian Defense Ministry also stated that the operation targets the military infrastructure of Ukraine and that civilians are not in danger. Moscow says it does not plan to occupy Ukraine, but rather to disarm Kiev and stop its threats.
For his part, spokesman for the Russian presidency, Dmitry Peskov, announced that Russia had informed Ukraine of its agreement to the negotiations, noting that the Ukrainian side said that it was reconsidering the idea of ​​holding talks with Russia in Minsk and chose Warsaw, then suddenly disappeared. Zakharova, on Friday, that Washington has more than once obstructed the process of negotiating the Ukrainian settlement.

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