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The United States will provide Ukraine with another $2 billion in military aid.

The United States will provide Ukraine with another  billion in military aid.

Meanwhile, Ukrainian forces are not in a good position on the Kharkiv Oblast front, and the Russian military command has announced the occupation of new villages.

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Russian bombs and missiles have hit more residential buildings in Kharkiv. Meanwhile, the Russian offensive continues on the front lines of Ukraine's second-largest city.

On Wednesday morning, reports emerged that Russian troops had captured more villages and that Ukrainian forces had retreated to more defensible positions. But in the afternoon, the Ukrainian military command reported that it had managed to repel the attacking Russian troops in Vovchansk, the most important settlement on the front line, and fighting was now taking place in the northern part of the city.

According to the Defense Ministry in Moscow, in addition to Kharkiv, Russian forces have also occupied villages in the Zaporizhia region. President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that Russian forces are improving their positions every day, in every sector of the front.

The United States sends more aid to Ukraine.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky postponed his official visit to Iberia due to the Russian attack. Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken traveled to Kyiv and announced an additional $2 billion military aid package.

“I come to Ukraine with a message: You are not alone. The United States has been with you since day one. We are with you today and we will remain with you until Ukraine’s security, sovereignty, and ability to choose its own path are assured,” Blinken said.

The Foreign Minister stressed that his country does not support the use of American weapons against Russian targets, but the decision is up to Ukraine.

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