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Ukraine thanks Biden for ‘the delivery if ATACMS missiles’ which now ‘on the battlefield’

by LLB political Reporter
20th Oct 23 1:44 pm

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, has thanked President Joe Biden in a phone call for the supply of ATACMS missiles.

Zelensky said that the ATACMS missiles are being put “to good use on the battlefield” in destroying Russian forces.

Zelensky said, “I spoke with Joe Biden to thank him for the effective implementation of our latest defense agreements.

“Ukrainians are greatly encouraged by the delivery of ATACMS, and our warriors are putting them to good use on the battlefield.

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We discussed further strengthening our long-range capabilities.”

Zelensky also said that he appreciates the “US Special Representative Penny Pritzker’s recent fruitful visit to Ukraine, during which we started productive talks on ways to use frozen Russian assets.

“I also informed President Biden of the most recent legislation on PEPs that the Ukrainian parliament had passed, which advances reforms on the path to opening Ukraine‘s EU accession talks.”

Zelensky added, he “welcomed President Biden’s visit to Israel aimed at seeking peace and protection of civilian lives.

“We also discussed our next joint steps to advance the Peace Formula. I welcomed the US decision to send its representative to the next advisors’ meeting in Malta at the end of this month.

Ukraine is grateful for the vital and enduring US support in our fight for freedom and against Russian aggression.”

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