Biden calls on 11 shaken US allies to reassure themon Ukraine aid
President Biden held a call with world leaders to reassure them of the US' commitment to supporting Ukraine in its war with Russia. The call included 11 leaders, such as Canada, Italy, Japan, and the UK, as well as Poland, Romania, Germany, France, and NATO representatives. The details of the call were not provided, but the president's call came after a stopgap spending bill was passed without new funding for Ukraine.
Biden tries to reassure allies of continued U.S. support for Ukraine after Congress drops aid request
U.S. President Joe Biden convened a call Tuesday with U.S. allies and partners to coordinate future support for Ukraine after Congress passed -- and he signed -- legislation that kept the U.S. government funded but dropped his request for billions of dollars to help Ukraine in its fight against Russia.
President Biden Calls US Allies On Support For Ukraine: White House
President Joe Biden called key allies on Tuesday to "coordinate" support for Ukraine, the White House said, amid concerns in Western capitals after Republican hardliners derailed US funding for Kyiv. "President Biden convened a call this morning with allies and partners to coordinate our ongoing support for Ukraine," the White House said in a statement, adding that it would give details of the call later.(Except for the headline, this story has …
Biden tries to reassure allies of continued US support for Ukraine after Congress drops aid request
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden spoke Tuesday with U.S. allies and partners to coordinate future support for Ukraine after Congress passed — and he signed — legislation that kept the
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