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Kyiv Regime Pressures Biden To Allow It To Attack Targets in Russia with U.S.-Supplied Weapons

While Secretary of State Antony Blinken was making a spectacle of himself in Kyiv yesterday, a Ukrainian parliamentary delegation was in Washington calling on Congress to pressure the White House to allow Ukrainian forces to attack targets inside Russia with ATACMS missiles and other U.S.-supplied weapons. “The main problem right now is the White House policy to limit our capability” to strike military targets inside Russia, David Arakhamia, chair of the ruling Servant of the People party in the Ukrainian parliament, said during a visit to Washington on May 14, reported Politico.

“We saw their military sitting one or two kilometers from the border inside Russia and there was nothing we could do about that,” Oleksandra Ustinova, the head of Ukraine’s special parliamentary commission on arms and munitions, said in a separate interview.

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