Reuters reporters at the train station in the southern Polish city of Przemysl, they saw lines of vehicles, some with US license plates, waiting for the Biden train to arrivewho parked around 19:45 Ukrainian.
This is Joe Biden’s first visit to the war-torn country since Russian troops invaded on February 24, 2022.
Biden reiterated his support for Ukraine
During his stay in kyiv, Biden expressed his “unwavering” support for Ukraine and promised new weapons deliveries.
At a press conference with the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr ZelenskyBiden said that will provide $500 million in aid supplementary and that the details will be announced in the coming days.
“I think that it is essential that there is no doubt about US support for Ukraine“, he stressed.
kyiv quickly needs long-range ammunition for its artillery and tanks to face a new Russian offensive. You also need them for recover the territories occupied by Moscow in the east and south of the country.