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U.S. Agrees To Send Advanced Rockets To Ukraine

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Photo by Juliusz Sabak, CC BY-SA 4.0

The latest U.S. pledge of weapons for Ukraine – on top of billions of dollars worth of equipment already provided including anti-aircraft missiles and drones – came as Russia pressed its assault to seize the eastern Donbas region, according to Reuters.

In addition to the HIMARS rocket systems, the $700 million weapons package includes ammunition, counterfire radars, a number of air surveillance radars, additional Javelin anti-tank missiles, as well as anti-armor weapons, Reuters said.



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