The US President Joe Biden will send to Ukraine a $625 million military aid package which includes the deadly High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) which could spark “direct conflict” between the US and Russia.
The Biden administration have said they will send four HIMARS, ammunition, mines, and anti-mine devices, Reuters reported.
“The Biden administration’s next security assistance package for Ukraine is expected to include four High Mobility Artillery Rocket System [HIMARS] launchers, munitions, mines and mine-resistant vehicles, two sources briefed on the $625 million package told Reuters on Monday,” according to a report, published on the website.
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This is “the first aid package since Russia’s most recent declared annexation of Ukrainian territory and the second Presidential Drawdown Authority (PDA) since Ukraine made large battlefield gains in mid-September.”
The Russian Foreign Ministry warned President Joe Biden last month with “direct conflict” if they deliver anymore longer range missiles for the Ukrainian forces HIMARs then they will “cross the red line.”
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The Ukraine are “wreaking havoc” and Vladimir Putin who is facing a crushing defeat as the US supplied HIMARS are turning the tide in the war and the situation on the front lines has now “become dramatic.”
Maria Zakharova, Russia’s Foreign Ministry warned, “If Washington decides to supply longer-range missiles to Kyiv, then it will be crossing a red line, and will become a direct party to the conflict.”
Zakharova added that Russia “reserves the right to defend its territory.”