Zelenskyy: We Focused on How to Make Ukraine Stronger in 2024

Wednesday, 13 December 2023

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and US President Joe Biden have focused at a joint meeting on how to make Ukraine stronger in 2024.

Zelenskyy said on Twitter (X) they talked about "air defence and capabilities to destroy Russian logistics on our land; strengthening democracy’s arsenal by co-producing arms; more sanctions and isolation for Russia".

"It’s very important that, by the end of this year, we can send a strong signal of our unity to the aggressor. The unity of Ukraine, America, Europe, and the entire free world. Ukraine’s greatest wish is to near this war’s victorious end. No one but Putin wants a prolonged war," he wrote.

He thanked the US and Biden personally for helping Ukraine.

US President Joe Biden announced that he had signed a decree to provide US$200 million in military aid to Ukraine at Tuesday’s meeting with Volodymyr Zelenskyy at the White House.

After meeting with Zelenskyy, Biden said his administration would continue to provide aid to Ukraine, but warned that opportunities to do so are running out due to the lack of additional funding approved by Congress.

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