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Top US delegation visits Kyiv, vows to ensure continuing support

A senior US Congressional delegation met in Kyiv with Ukrainian President Volodymyrzelenskiy on Saturday (23 July) and agreed to continue supporting the war against Russia.

The delegation included Representative Adam Smith, the Chair of the House Armed Services Committee. This is just the latest in a long list of distinguished American visitors to Ukraine.

Delegation stated that the United States and its allies have provided assistance to Ukraine with military, humanitarian and economic aid.

They stated that they would continue to seek out ways to support President Zelenskiy and the Ukrainian people as effectively as possible as they continued their courageous stand.


The US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced Wednesday (20 July) that Washington would send four more high mobility artillery rocket systems to Ukraine. The total number of these missile systems now stands at 16.

Weapons transfers were not mentioned in the Saturday statement of the delegation. Separately, Smith was quoted as saying to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (which is US-backed) that Washington and its allies were ready to give more multiple launch missile systems.


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