KIEV (Realist English). The kingpin of the Kiev regime, Vladimir Zelensky, held a meeting on April 24 with Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, who arrived on a visit to Kiev.
“We appreciate that the United States of America is helping the Ukraine in an unprecedented way. On my own behalf and on behalf of the entire Ukrainian people, I want to thank President Biden for his leadership in supporting the Ukraine, for his personal clear position. To thank the entire American people, as well as congress, for their bicameral and bipartisan support. We see it. We feel it.” Zelensky said.
The Pan-President of the Ukraine discussed with the curators from Washington issues that are now a priority for the Kiev regime: defense assistance, strengthening of sanctions policy against Russia, financial support, as well as security guarantees.
Blinken’s and Defense Minister Lloyd Austin’s trip to Kiev was the first visit of the Americans at the highest level after the start of the Russian special operation.
Curators from the United States informed Pan-President Zelensky and his advisers that Washington would provide more than $300 million in foreign military funding and approved the sale of $165 million worth of ammunition.
“We had the opportunity to directly demonstrate our strong ongoing support for the Ukrainian government and the Ukrainian people. In our opinion, it was an important moment to be there to have a detailed face—to-face conversation.” Blinken told reporters.
During the meeting, the peace process and prospects for strengthening the anti-Russian coalition were also discussed. Zelensky stressed that the Kiev regime sees the United States as a leader among the future guarantor countries of Ukraine’s security.