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By John Leicester, Jill Lawless, Associated Press
The new command post, announced Friday, signals a more permanent, long-term program to continue to aid Kyiv in its fight against Russia. In total the U.S. has provided to Ukraine more than $18 billion since Russia invaded Feb. 24.
By Tara Copp, Associated Press
Elon Musk said SpaceX can no longer fund the Starlink satellite internet service in Ukraine. The service has helped both the Ukrainian military and civilians stay connected during the war with Russia. Musk said the cost is nearly $20 million…
By John Yang
The U.S. announced its providing an additional $625 million in military aid to Ukraine, a package that includes additional advanced rocket systems credited with helping the country's military gain momentum in its war with Russia.
By Associated Press
President Joe Biden has signed into law a bill that finances the federal government through mid-December and provides another infusion of military and economic aid to Ukraine.
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
The bill provides more than $12.3 billion in Ukraine-related aid. The money will go to provide training, equipment and logistics support for the Ukraine military, help Ukraine's government provide basic services to its citizens.
By Lolita C. Baldor, Matthew Lee, Associated Press
The U.S. will provide an additional $1.1 billion in aid to Ukraine, with funding for about 18 more advanced rocket systems and other weapons to counter drones that Russia has been using against Ukrainian troops.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin says that the Ukraine Defense Contact Group leaves its recent meetings "with lots of momentum" and plans to support Ukraine with the military aid that country needs "over the long haul."…
By Matthew Lee, Karl Ritter, Associated Press
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken paid an unannounced visit to Kyiv on Thursday as the Biden administration announced major new military aid worth more than $2.8 billion for Ukraine and other European countries threatened by Russia.
The new U.S. aid will train and equip Ukrainian forces for a longer-term fight. The aid includes air defense and artillery systems, drones and other weaponry.
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