Zelenskyy Says He’s Working with Washington to Tie Future Presidents’ Hands, Forcing Them to Support Ukraine

Article originally appeared on www.westernjournal.com.

With President Joe Biden dropping like a rock in the polls, some countries that have become used to the United States bankrolling them may be getting nervous.

Heading that list would likely be Ukraine, which has received about $72 billion from U.S. taxpayers since February 2022, according to the Kiel Institute, with another $60 billion on the way via a package Biden signed into law on Wednesday, according to NBC News.

The ink had barely dried on that spending bill when the Biden administration announced another $1 billion in equipment for that country, according to CNN.

That was followed Friday by the announcement of a “$6 billion long-term military aid package for Ukraine — the largest to date,” the outlet reported.

So it’s not surprising that Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is frantically working on securing a long-term agreement with the United States — one specifically designed to bind …

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