The following is the June 6, 2022, Congressional Research Service In Focus report, U.S. Security Assistance to Ukraine. Read More
Tag Archives: Mariupol
Ukraine Will Make ‘No Deals’ To Cede Territory to End War With Russia, Says Ambassador
Ukrainian leaders will make “no deals” for peace that cede territory to Russia, as the nation is braced for a long war lasting into next winter, Ukraine’s United Nations ambassador said on Wednesday. Read More
‘More Ugliness’ Coming For Ukraine, Says Former Top NATO Commander
A “whole lot more ugliness” for the Ukrainian people and countryside is likely to unfold over the coming weeks as Moscow concentrates forces and long-range artillery in the Donbas and near the Sea of Azov and Black Sea, a former top commander for NATO said Monday. Read More
U.S. Missiles Sent to Ukraine Aren’t Easily Replaced, Panel Tells Senate
The United States has shipped about a third of its existing arsenal of Stinger anti-air and Javelin anti-armor missiles to Ukraine – systems that are not quickly replaced – two experts on Pentagon buying said Tuesday. Read More
Ukrainian Ambassador to U.S. Calls For ‘All the Weapons We Can Get’ As Russian Invasion Continues
The Ukrainian ambassador to the United States said her priorities are seeking “all the weapons we can get,” as Russia’s invasion enters the third month.
Ukrainian Forces Still Hold Mariupol as Russians Close In
Ukraine still controls its port city of Mariupol despite concerns that it might soon fall to Russia, a senior defense official told reporters Tuesday.
Satellite Images Confirm Russian Navy Landing Ship Was Sunk at Berdyansk
The Russian landing ship attacked by Ukrainian forces this week at in the southern port city of Berdyansk has sunk, Pentagon officials confirmed on Friday. Read More
VIDEO: Russian Landing Ship Destroyed in Ukrainian Port
The Ukrainian military destroyed a Russian Alligator-class landing ship in the port city of Berdyansk on Thursday, Ukrainian officials claimed.
Intentions of Russian Amphibious Warships in Black Sea Still Unclear
About a dozen Russian warships remain in the Black Sea, raising concerns that Moscow is still considering an amphibious assault on the Ukrainian city of Odesa.