Shortly after Blinken's announcement, the Pentagon released details of the new aid package.

Directly for Ukraine, it will include 50 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles, 500 anti-tank guns and 250,000 ammunition for them, 55 MRAP armored vehicles with anti-mine protection, 100 M113 armored personnel carriers, anti-aircraft missiles of the BUK air defense system, 138 tactical SUVs ", missiles for M142 HIMARS systems, as well as a variety of ammunition for air defense and highly mobile artillery missile systems, machine guns, sniper rifles and other weapons.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky thanked the US President for the decision to allocate a new package of military aid to Ukraine.

"I welcome the record package of US defense assistance.

Thanks to Joseph Biden for fundamentally new weapons, in particular, for the Bradley infantry fighting vehicle and anti-aircraft missiles.

This will really strengthen the Ukrainian army on the battlefield.

A wonderful Christmas gift for all Ukrainians!

Together with the American people, we are bringing the common ground closer together," Zelensky wrote on Twitter.

At the moment, the amount of American military aid to Ukraine and the countries that support it amounted to about 24.9 billion dollars, Blinken's statement notes.

The USA, European countries, as well as Japan and Australia have already provided tens of billions of dollars of military, financial and humanitarian aid to Ukraine.

US aid is the most significant.

Great Britain, Germany, Canada and Poland follow the USA in terms of the size of Ukraine's trenches.

In the new ranking of the world's armies compiled by Global Firepower (GFP), the army of Ukraine entered the top 15 for the first time, surpassing the armies of Iran, Israel, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Taiwan and Germany.

Last year, the Ukrainian army ranked 22nd.