Russia warns: Fresh aid package for Ukraine will lead to more Ukrainian casualties
By Richard Brown // Apr 25, 2024

The Kremlin has issued a grim warning regarding the recently approved aid package for Ukraine, saying it would lead to more Ukrainian casualties.

This cautionary statement follows the approval by the U.S. House of Representatives of over $61 billion in military aid to Ukraine, a significant development after months of political wrangling in Congress.

Russian officials, including Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov and Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova, expressed grave concerns about the consequences of this aid package. (Related: Ukraine's starting to get dangerous.)

Peskov remarked that the decision would enrich the U.S. while further destabilizing Ukraine and resulting in more Ukrainian casualties, which he attributed to the Kyiv regime's actions.

Zakharova echoed these sentiments, warning that the allocation of military assistance to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan by the U.S. would only exacerbate global conflicts, including the one between Moscow and Kyiv.

Former President and current Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev labeled the approval of new aid to Ukraine as "Russophobic" and predicted it would lead to more victims in the ongoing conflict.

Ukrainian officials and Western experts had previously cautioned that without military aid from the U.S., Kyiv would continue to lose more territory to Moscow, with the country facing the prospect of a new Russian offensive next month.

Ukrainian forces have been grappling with dwindling supplies, including ammunition and interceptor missiles for air defense systems.

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Ukrainian officials express gratitude to U.S. for new military aid package

Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky expressed gratitude for the approved aid package, emphasizing its significance in supporting Ukraine's independence and resilience against Russian aggression.

Andriy Yermak, the head of Zelensky's office, also conveyed Ukraine's sincere appreciation to the US Congress for its positive vote on the military aid package, emphasizing its vital importance for the country's security.

Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba also expressed profound appreciation for the support from the U.S. Congress. Kuleba hailed the approval as a setback for Russian President Vladimir Putin, emphasizing America's steadfast commitment to defending its principles.

In a statement, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky emphasized the significance of the aid bill, asserting that it would prevent the escalation of the conflict, save countless lives and bolster the strength of both nations.

The approval comes in the wake of airstrikes targeting major cities like Chernihiv and Dnipro, resulting in numerous casualties. Ukraine's depleted air defense capabilities have exacerbated the impact of these strikes, highlighting the urgent need for enhanced supplies.

Meanwhile, on the eastern front, Russian forces continue to advance towards the strategic town of Chasiv Yar, underscoring the critical importance of bolstering Ukraine's military capabilities. Ukrainian troops, facing severe ammunition shortages, have struggled to repel the Russian offensive.

The aid package, which also includes provisions to support the Ukrainian government in Kyiv, was recently passed by the U.S. Senate and was signed into law by President Joe Biden.

Despite initial resistance in the House, Speaker Mike Johnson's (R-LA) decision to proceed with the vote marks a significant turning point in securing aid for Ukraine.

The urgent need for military assistance is underscored by Ukraine's plea for additional Patriot air defense systems to safeguard its sovereignty. Despite possessing only three systems, Ukraine remains determined to secure additional support from European allies.

The delay in approving aid to Ukraine has raised concerns and frustrations, particularly in light of recent interventions in other conflicts. European leaders echoed Ukraine's gratitude for the House's decision, emphasizing the importance of transatlantic solidarity in confronting Russian aggression.

Watch this report discussing the passage of aid for Ukraine and wondering whether it will have any significant impact to the ongoing conflict.

This video is from the channel Tim Kirby Russia on

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