Publish dateThursday 13 June 2024 - 09:43
Story Code : 291945
America and Ukraine sign a security agreement
US officials say that US President Joe Biden and his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir Zelensky will sign a bilateral agreement aimed at long-term defense and security cooperation between the two countries at the G7 leaders' meeting.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: The agreement between the leaders of the two countries is supposed to be signed on Thursday, June 13, in Italy.

Based on information, Biden and Zelensky will meet on the sidelines of the G7 meeting in Italy.

White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters: "We stand with the people of Ukraine and will continue to help them meet their security needs, not only now but also in the future."

Sullivan has stated that by signing this security agreement, America is sending a clear message to Russia about Washington's determination to support Kiev.

According to the report of ABC News, the National Security Adviser of the White House has emphasized that Moscow should not wait for the end of US aid to Ukraine.

He added: "If Putin thinks he can outrun the pro-Ukraine coalition, he is wrong."

It should be mentioned that the negotiations on this agreement started last fall.

According to this agreement, the Biden administration wants to find a way to obtain sustainable resources for Ukraine in the next few months in cooperation with the Congress.
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