The United States will provide Ukraine with another $820 million military aid package: the country will be supplied with ammunition for HIMARS and two NASAMS systems

The US Department of Defense has announced the provision of an additional package of military assistance to Ukraine in the amount of $820 million, according to the Pentagon website.

The package includes an additional batch of ammunition for HIMARS multiple launch rocket systems, two NASAMS anti-aircraft missile systems, about 150,000 155 mm caliber shells and four counter-battery radar systems.

In total, since the beginning of the war, the United States has allocated $6.9 billion for military assistance to Ukraine.

Earlier, Biden, in his column for The New York Times, said that the United States would help its allies in Europe to abandon Russian energy resources and supply Ukraine with “more advanced missile systems,” but would not allow Ukraine to “shell territories outside the country’s borders.” The United States does not want a "war between NATO and Russia," he said.

Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev reacted to this with a threatening remark: “It is reasonable! Otherwise, when attacking our cities, the Russian Armed Forces would have fulfilled their threat and struck at the centers of these criminal decisions. Some of them are not located in Kyiv at all. What's next, no need to explain.

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