In addition to drones, Ukraine will receive four HIMARS multiple launch rocket systems, 36 thousand artillery ammunition, anti-tank weapons and vehicles from the United States
US will provide another $270 million military aid package to Ukraine, citing White House spokesman John Kirby told Reuters.
“The Department of Defense will announce today that they are providing Ukraine with up to 580 Phoenix Ghost tactical unmanned aerial systems,”” said Kirby.
Of the total amount, $100 million will be allocated for drones, the Pentagon noted. The rest of the military assistance package is estimated at $175 million. The military assistance package is expected to include four HIMARS multiple launch rocket systems, 36,000 artillery ammunition, anti-tank weapons and vehicles.
< p>In early June, the United States announced the provision of five HIMARS MLRS to Ukraine. The office of the President of Ukraine assured that they did not plan to use these weapons to strike targets in Russia. On June 23, Ukrainian Defense Minister Alexei Reznikov announced the arrival of the complexes in the country. Two days later, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny said that weapons were already being used in the Donbass.
The Russian Ministry of Defense, in turn, reported on the destruction of two installations and ammunition depots for them. The authorities of the LPR and the Russian-controlled Kherson region reported about Ukrainian strikes on their territories from HIMARS.
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