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Biden and Zelenskyy will sign a security agreement between the US and Ukraine when they meet at G7

  • President Joe Biden and Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy signed a 10-year bilateral security agreement at the G7 summit in Italy to enhance Ukraine's defense against Russia and move closer to NATO membership.
  • The agreement does not involve direct commitment of U.S. Troops to Ukraine's defense but ensures long-term military aid, training, defense industry support, and intelligence cooperation for the next decade.
  • This pact signifies a substantial, lasting U.S. Commitment to Ukraine, solidifying their security partnership for the foreseeable future.
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