Washington will provide military assistance to Kyiv for another $800 million, including 11 Mi-17 helicopters, 200 armored personnel carriers, 18 155-mm howitzers and 40,000 artillery shells, as well as 300 Switchblade barrage shells, 500 Javelin anti-tank missiles and “thousands of other anti-tank systems.”

Seven more American planes with military aid for Ukraine will leave for Europe in the next 24 hours. According to the Reuters news agency, a high-ranking Pentagon representative told reporters on Tuesday.

A day earlier, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that over the weekend the United States sent four aircraft with weapons for Ukraine from a new $800 million military aid package. As Psaki noted at the time, another flight was due to arrive or “already arrived” on Monday.

As U.S. President Joe Biden said on April 13, Washington will provide military assistance to Kyiv for another $800 million, including 11 Mi-17 helicopters, 200 armored personnel carriers, 18 155-mm howitzers and 40,000 artillery shells, as well as 300 Switchblade barrage shells, 500 Javelin anti-tank missiles and “thousands of others anti-tank systems.” Among these military equipment, as recognized by the American side, there will be systems, the use of which will require additional training of Ukrainian servicemen.