Head of State Anthony Blinken
The United States intends to fulfill the commitments that President Joe Biden and President Volodymyr Zelensky discussed about two weeks ago, the Secretary of State said.
Washington intends to fully fulfill its security obligations to Ukraine. About this on Monday, September 13, stated US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken at a hearing before the Foreign Affairs Committee of the US House of Representatives in light of the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan.
Blinken said this in response to a question from Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (Republican from Pennsylvania). He asked the secretary of state if the Washington administration would be able to confirm that it intends to do everything possible to support “friends in Ukraine in case of Russian aggression and friends in Taiwan in case of Chinese aggression.”
“Absolutely. We will fulfill our obligations. We will fulfill our obligations to Taiwan, according to the law on relations with Taiwan. We will fulfill our obligations to Ukraine, including, by the way, those that US President Joe Biden and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy discussed only about two weeks ago, “- said the US Secretary of State.
Recall in the USA appreciated the meeting between Zelensky and US President Joe Biden, which took place on September 1. “The meeting demonstrated that the ties between the United States and Ukraine are stronger than ever,” the diplomats said.
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