Ukraine signed the Charter on Strategic Partnership with the United States

President of Ukraine Zelensky announced the signing of the Charter on Strategic Partnership with the United States

Ukraine and the United States signed the Charter on Strategic Partnership. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced this on his Twitter page.

He said that the Ukrainian delegation headed by Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba and the head of the office of the President of the Republic Andriy Yermak returned from the United States, where a new document was signed on partnership.

Zelensky stressed that the Charter “strengthens friendship” and brings cooperation between Kiev and Washington to a new level. The Ukrainian leader also mentioned the President of the United States Joe Biden and thanked him for his “iron support.”

Earlier, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken promised to supply Kiev with lethal defensive weapons. At the same time, he noted that the White House will continue to work with the American Congress in order to guarantee further military assistance to Ukraine.

On November 8, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kuleba said that Kiev and Washington would send a “clear signal” to Moscow this week designed to remind Russia that Ukraine has allies who will make the Russian authorities pay a high price in the event of “expansion of aggression”.