The United States has provided over $6.3 billion in security, humanitarian and economic assistance to Ukraine since the start of the conflict with Russia, Secretary of State Antony Blinken stated on Friday. In a statement on the 100 days of the conflict, Blinken emphasised the US will continue helping Ukraine defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as help rebuild the country after the end of the conflict.
“We again call on President Putin to immediately end this conflict and all the suffering and global upheaval his war of choice has caused. Neither the United States nor our allies and partners seek to prolong the war to inflict pain on Russia. We greatly respect the citizens of Russia, who are not our enemy and who deserve a better future than what continued war and increasing repression will bring,” Blinken stressed.
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