The NATO leader said it was crucial for the United States to have its support for the war-torn country.
NATO leader Jens Stoltenberg and US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan held a meeting on Wednesday.
Aid to Ukraine was one of the topics covered in the press conference.
Last week, in Washington, I heard strong support for Ukraine from many leaders in Congress, both Democrats and Republicans. Debate continues in Washington about funding a number of important priorities. Stoltenberg said that it is important and important for the US Congress to agree to continued support for Ukraine in the near future.
President Joe Biden has asked Congress to approve $61 billion in aid for Ukraine, but the proposal appears to have stalled so far.
A joint package of security measures on the border with Mexico, aid to Ukraine, and military aid to Israel has been negotiated in the Senate, but it appears that Republicans in Congress do not want to approve it.
Stoltenberg further made it clear that he expected all allies to continue into Ukraine.
The world has become more dangerous, but NATO has become stronger. We can never take peace for granted.
The NATO leader said Putin expected to take control of Ukraine a few days after the invasion.
– And now the war has been going on for almost two years. It is therefore important that support for Ukraine continues.
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