The United States Will Soon Reopen Its Embassy In Kyiv

On April 25, Reuters reported that the United States promised to reopen its embassy in Kyiv soon and provide more military aids to Ukraine after Defense Secretary Austin and State Secretary Blinken paid a visit to Kyiv.
It is reported that due to the tenacious resistance of the Ukrainian troops for several weeks, the nearest Russian troops were hundreds of miles away from the north of Kyiv. At the same time, life in Kyiv is gradually returning to normal, providing convenience for countries to reopen their embassies in Kyiv. In this regard, Blinken pledged that U.S. diplomats would return to Kyiv within weeks, and the federal government would provide new aids worth $713 million to Ukraine and other countries in the region. Since the Russian invasion began, the U.S. has provided a total of about $3.7 billion in security assistance to Ukraine.
Pursuant to the report, Western countries generally believed that Russia intended to overthrow the current Ukrainian government by this war. To that end, Blinken would point out at a briefing on his trip to Kyiv that Putin’s government has failed in its war aims in Ukraine.

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