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Ukraine says US support not ‘shattered’ despite McCarthy’s moves on funding

  • Ukraine's top diplomat reassured that U.S. Support for Kyiv remains strong despite the omission of aid to Ukraine in a stopgap funding bill passed by the U.S. Congress. He emphasized the significance of U.S. And Western military assistance in helping Ukraine combat Russia's full-scale invasion.
  • Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba stated that the drama surrounding the stopgap bill was an incident rather than a systemic issue. He confirmed ongoing discussions with Republicans and Democrats in Congress to prevent a repeat of such incidents in the future.
  • Kuleba emphasized that the situation in Ukraine transcends the country itself and is about global stability and predictability. He expressed confidence in finding necessary solutions through extensive discussions with both parties in Congress.
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