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Biden and Starmer pledged continued support for Ukraine


US President Joe Biden held a bilateral meeting with British Prime Minister Keir Starmer at the White House within the framework of the NATO summit being held in Washington. According to "Armenpress", the White House issued a message about this. Biden congratulated Starmer on assuming the post of Prime Minister of Great Britain as a result of the parliamentary elections and noted that Britain is an important partner of the United States. "The leaders reaffirmed their commitment to US-UK cooperation globally as they address shared challenges and opportunities. They emphasized their common commitment to support Ukraine as the country fights against Russian aggression," the White House statement said. In turn, the British Prime Minister's Office added that the parties agreed to do everything possible to support Ukraine and guarantee that Russian President Volodymyr Putin will not win the war. The sides also emphasized the importance of a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinian radical movement Hamas, stressing their commitment to a two-state solution. The British prime minister's office also announced a continuation of military aid to Ukraine of at least 3 billion pounds ($3.85 billion) a year until the 2030-2031 financial year, as promised by his predecessor, Rishi Sunak.