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The United States announced a new $725 million arms aid package for Ukraine, according to a Pentagon memo distributed to the press.

In the new military supplies there are no anti-missile systems requested by kyiv Since President Joe Biden became president of the United States, Washington has sent more than $18.2 billion in military supplies to Ukraine, including $17.6 thousand million since the beginning of the “brutal and unprovoked” invasion of Russia on February 24, the Pentagon says.

The United States, the Defense Department notes, has provided “unprecedented security assistance” to forces in kyiv and “will continue to work with allies and partners to ensure Ukraine has the support it needs.”

In the new weapons package there are: ammunition for High Mobility Missile Systems (HIMARS); 23,000 155mm artillery shells; 500 155mm artillery shells; 5,000 anti-tank weapons; high speed anti radiation missiles (HARM); more than 200 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs); small arms with more than 2,000,000 ammunition

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