Arms pouring in Ukraine, Russia broadens its offensive

As Russia-Ukraine war enters into another crucial day on Monday, the US, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) members and other European Union countries rushed in to supply weapons to Ukraine. Seeing this, Russia broadened its offensive on Monday.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky had sought weapons and ammunition from the US and other countries in the fight against Russia. When the US had asked Zelensky to leave the country, he said, "The fight is here; I need ammunition, not a ride." In a video posted two days ago, Zelensky said he is still in Kiev. "I am here. We are not putting down arms. We will be defending our country, because our weapon is truth, and our truth is that this is our land, our country, our children, and we will defend all of this."

"That is it. That's all I wanted to tell you. Glory to Ukraine," he added. Zelensky's calls for arms and ammunition were immediately taken up by US, NATO members and other European countries.

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