How new US aid to Ukraine will (and won’t) change the war

Subscriber+ Exclusive Report — Ukrainians greeted the long-awaited $60.8 billion aid package passed by the House of Representatives on Saturday with understandable jubilation. For months, their soldiers, civilians, political and military leaders have been living with the practical life-or-death consequences of running out of ammunition and other essential weapons and the fear that their greatest ally has deserted them. I have endured the mental pain that comes with thinking that. .

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy wrote: telegram channel He said the U.S. aid package “will prevent further war, save thousands of lives, and help both countries emerge stronger.”

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