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The United States has pledged $ 1 billion in military aid to Ukraine as Russia continues to wage war. Months after the start of the war, Russia’s attacks continue.

Jun 20, 2022, 7:25 PM IST

The United States has pledged $ 1 billion in military aid to Ukraine as Russia continues to wage war. Months after the start of the war, Russia’s attacks continue. Many parts of Ukraine were devastated. The United States has provided assistance to Ukraine at various stages of the war.
Earlier, US President Joe Biden signed a $ 600 million military aid agreement with Ukraine. The order recommended that Ukraine provide up to $ 600 million in “emergency military assistance.”

Earlier in the day, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken had ordered the immediate transfer of up to $ 250 million to Ukraine, with exemptions from foreign aid grants. The order also recommended $ 350 million for military training, training and other military services.

Russian TV reports that World War III began when a Russian warship deployed in the Black Sea to attack Ukraine was shot down by a Ukrainian missile. Russia’s official television channel, which works for the Russian government’s campaigns, described the new situation as World War III.

The channel’s celebrity news anchor Olga Skobayova said that World War III started with the wreckage of their warship. “This is a world war, no doubt about it,” Olga said during the night’s discussion. “We are not fighting NATO, we are fighting for their weapons,” Olga said during the night talks.

One participant in the discussion commented that the attack on the warship was a war on their own soil.

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Russia has not officially described the attack on Ukraine as a war. Instead, they describe it as a special military operation. When one of the participants mentioned this, the presenter added that it is the enemies, not us, who are fighting.

The video of the discussion went viral on social media, prompting strong criticism of the presenter.

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