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The United States is the primary to acknowledge that its long-awaited $61 billion support package deal for Ukraine will not be a “silver bullet.”

As weapons and ammunition are rushed to the nation, different points equivalent to manpower shortages in Kyiv’s struggling navy have come to the fore.

Meanwhile, the monthslong delay in passing the help package deal has additional weakened Ukraine’s place on the battleground.

President Joe Biden, who shortly signed the legislation Wednesday after it handed Congress, mentioned the invoice “should have gotten there sooner”.

Jake Sullivan, his National Security Advisor, mentioned the help package deal “will make a difference,” however warned “there is no silver bullet in this conflict.”

“One capability is not going to be the ultimate solution,” Mr Sullivan advised a White House briefing, however including “Ukraine’s position in this conflict will improve and we believe that Ukraine can and will win.”