Today it became known that the White House has approved another package of military aid for Ukraine worth 675 million dollars, according to the Secretary of Defense of the United States,

Lloyd Austin.

He said this at the beginning of the meeting of the coalition of military aid to Ukraine at the Ramstein air base in Germany.

Ostin noted that Washington sees Ukraine's "obvious success" on the battlefield against Russian troops.

"This is the twentieth allocation of military equipment by the Biden administration from US warehouses to Ukraine, starting from last August," he said.

Lloyd Austin

According to the US Secretary of Defense, the package will include 105 millimeter howitzers, high-precision GMLRS missiles and artillery ammunition.

The head of the Pentagon added that the coordination of training of Ukrainian troops will be discussed at the meeting of defense ministers in Ramstein.

Earlier, the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, Andrei Yarmak, said that the United States will provide Ukraine with a new package of defense support worth 675 million dollars.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and the Supreme Representative of the European Union Joseph Burrell call not to reduce support for Ukraine "despite the difficult winter ahead".

And the White House approved another package of military aid for Ukraine worth 675 million dollars.

Jens Stoltenberg

said that the Western allies understand the difficulties of the "crucial" next 6 months regarding the containment of Russia's aggression against Ukraine and in the conditions of increasing energy blackmail by the Kremlin.

Stoltenberg called "despite the difficult winter ahead" not to reduce support for Ukraine.

The Supreme Representative of the European Union

Joseph Burel calls for

the same , reports "Voice of America".

Before the start of the meeting of the US-led Contact Group on the Defense of Ukraine at the Ramstein military base in Germany, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg wrote in the Financial Times (FT) about "preparation of more than a dozen new projects to help Ukraine survive the winter" and to facilitate Ukraine's transition from "weapons "Soviet-era resources with NATO standards."

Jens Stoltenberg insists that the West will help Ukraine defend itself against Russian aggression, despite Moscow's intentions to use energy and other levers.

After stopping the supply of Russian gas to Germany via the Nord Stream pipeline, Vladimir Putin said that Russia will stop supplying all types of energy to Europe if the Europeans resort to further sanctions.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg warned that as "the war in Ukraine enters a decisive phase," this winter will be difficult for both the Ukrainian people and armed forces, as well as "those of us who support them."

Stoltenberg noted that the price paid by Europeans "is calculated in dollars, euros and pounds, while Ukrainians pay with their lives."

EU foreign policy and security

chief Joseph Burrell

also acknowledged this week that "the situation remains difficult for Ukraine, but also for us in the EU, given the impact of high energy prices, inflation and the like."

"We know that a difficult winter is ahead.

But if we survive it, overcoming the energy crisis and maintaining cohesion, and if the military balance on the battlefield continues to shift, then by next spring both Ukraine and the European Union will be in a better strategic position," predicts Joseph Burel.