Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Russia, Ukraine has received more than $20 billion in military aid

from the United States of America

. The Pentagon emphasized that the United States will continue to support Ukraine as long as necessary. 

This was announced by the head of the US Defense Ministry, Lloyd Austin, at a press conference

in Indonesia

on Monday, November 21 .

"We have provided more than $20 billion in aid to Ukraine. And we will continue to support Ukraine as long as it is needed," the minister said.

The head of the Pentagon also focused on the successes of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the war against Russian aggression and added that the task of the partners is to help Ukraine, and the task of Ukraine is to win back the occupied territories.

Military aid to Ukraine

Since the beginning of Russia's full-scale war against Ukraine, the US and Western partners have been actively providing military aid to Ukraine.

The US is preparing a new military aid package

for Ukraine, which will be announced in the coming weeks.

The Netherlands will allocate more than 25 million euros

to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine. 

And Lithuania confirmed the transfer of

12 more M113 armored personnel carriers to Ukraine.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced that Ukraine will receive

a new package of military anti-aircraft aid,

which will include 120 special anti-aircraft guns and anti-drone equipment.

On November 17, the Swedish parliament allowed the transfer of defense materials for the maximum amount

of more than 287 million dollars to Ukraine by the end of the year.

French Defense Minister Sebastien Lecornu confirmed that Ukraine received two

Crotale anti-aircraft missile systems and two LRU multiple rocket launcher systems. 

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