Sullivan was unable to give a timeline for agreeing on U.S. aid to Ukraine

The US presidential aide for national security, Jake Sullivan, said during his visit to Kiev that he could not predict when new aid to Ukraine would be agreed upon. The transcript of the press conference was distributed by the White House press service.

“Too much time has already passed. And I know this. I can’t predict today when it’s going to happen, but we’re working to make sure it happens as soon as possible. And President Joe Biden is working every day to try to make sure the new aid is approved by Congress,” Jake Sullivan said at a press conference in Kiev.

He also failed to clarify whether Washington had decided to proceed with the delivery of ATACMS tactical ballistic missiles to Kiev.

“As for ATACMS, I will disappoint you: I have nothing to announce publicly here today on that issue. When we have something to share, we will do it,” – explained the Assistant to the President of the United States.

We shall remind you that earlier the deputy head of the Verkhovna Rada committee for national security, defence and intelligence, Yegor Chernev, said that the latest financial tranche from the USA in the amount of 250m dollars showed problematic aspects in the support of Ukraine by the United States.