April 21, 2022
US to send Ukraine $800 million in military aid
On Thursday in Washington, President Joe Biden announced that the US is sending additional aid to Ukraine. He said the US is sending $800 million, which includes weaponry suited for fighting in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine, as Russia prepares to launch a new offensive. Host Marco Werman speaks with Jeffrey Edmonds, a Russia military analyst with the Center for Naval Analysis think tank. He also worked at the White House, the CIA, and served for over two decades in the US Army.
Listen to the full interview from The World.
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