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Medvedev explained how much the United States spent on military aid to Kiev


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Moscow, February 25 – Dmitry Medvedev, deputy head of the Russian Security Council, said that the total amount of US military aid to Ukraine will soon reach about $50 billion, excluding European “transfers”.
In an article in the Journal of National Defense, he notes that the volume of Western shipments of lethal weapons to the Kiev regime reached colossal volumes long before the special operation: from 2014 to January 25, 2023, according to open data from the US Congress. America’s commitments to provide Ukraine with all kinds of military aid have already amounted to nearly $30 billion.
“The total volume of the ‘target package’ of US military aid to our opponents will soon amount to about $50 billion – and this is without taking into account European ‘transfers’,” wrote Medvedev.

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The lion’s share of supplies fell, according to him, in the period of the special operation, but the massive shipment of weapons to Ukraine began in August 2021.
“During the special operation, Ukraine received more than enough from America to prolong hostilities as much as possible. Including at least 40 HIMARS mobile missiles and ammunition, 8 NASAMS air defense/missile defense systems, and 31 M1 tanks. , 45 T-72V tanks, 109 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles, 300 M113 armored personnel carriers, 90 Stryker armored personnel carriers, more than 1,600 Stinger missiles, more than 8,500 ATGMs and more than 50,000 other anti-tank systems.
In addition, the US administration authorized the supply of weapons and military equipment to the United States from some NATO and European Union member states in an amount of more than $13 billion.

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