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On Ukraine visit, Blinken, Austin pledge return of U.S. diplomats, more security aid

On Ukraine visit, Blinken, Austin pledge return of U.S. diplomats, more security aid

SIMON LEWIS WASHINGTON'S top diplomat and its defense chief used the first official U.S. visit to Ukraine since Russia invaded in February to announce a gradual return of U.S. diplomats including a new ambassador and over $300 million in new military aid to Kyiv. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin traveled to Poland on Saturday in a previously undisclosed trip, and took a train the following day into Ukraine where they met President Volodymyr Zelensky and other top Ukrainian officials. "In terms of Russia’s war aims, Russia has already failed and Ukraine has already succeeded,"…
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