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Ukrainian President's team talks with Sullivan: On weapons production and more

Ukrainian President's team talks with Sullivan: On weapons production and more Andriy Yermak, Head of the Presidential Office (photo:

Head of the Presidential Office Andriy Yermak held talks with White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan. They discussed the Ukrainian-American conference on weapons production and other issues, reports the Presidential Office's press service.

What they talked about:

  • Yermak briefed Sullivan on the situation on the battlefield, as well as the current problems of the Ukrainian Defense Forces;
  • Yermak spoke about his recent trip with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to the frontline regions, as well as visits to the frontline positions of Ukrainian defenders who are repelling the Russian aggressor. During the meeting, the military conveyed specific requests for weapons and ammunition;

"The interlocutors also discussed the preparations for the first Ukrainian-U.S. conference of defense industries slated for December 6-7 in Washington, in accordance with the agreements between President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and U.S. President Joseph Biden," the press service notes.

  • The head of the Ukrainian President's Office also talked about the progress of implementing the Ukrainian Peace Formula, including the tenth ambassador-level meeting that took place on Friday at the Boryspil International Airport.

"Andriy Yermak expressed gratitude to U.S. President Joseph Biden, his entire team, both houses of the U.S. Congress, and the American people for their leadership and strong support of Ukraine in the fight for freedom, independence, and against Russian terror," adds the press service.

U.S. military assistance to Ukraine

In October, President Joe Biden proposed to Congress to allocate $106 billion. 60 billion is to be allocated to our country. Read RBC-Ukraine's article to find out what the money will be used for. On December 4, the Senate will vote on aid to Ukraine and Israel.

During his visit to Ukraine, Pentagon Secretary Lloyd Austin also presented a new U.S. aid package.