The United States has provided Ukraine with billions of dollars in military aid, including weapons systems such as HIMARS.
The United States is preparing about $800 million in additional military aid to Ukraine and could announce the plan as early as Friday, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
U.S. President Joe Biden will authorize aid using his presidential removal authority, which allows the president to approve the transfer of excess weapons from U.S. stockpiles, sources told Reuters.
The source, who asked not to be named, said an announcement could be made next week, warning that the value of the weapon pack could change before the announcement.
The White House declined to comment.
Since Russian troops invaded Ukraine in February, what Russian President Vladimir Putin has called a “special military operation”, the conflict has morphed into a war of attrition fought mainly in eastern and southern Ukraine.
Washington has sent billions of dollars in security aid To Kyiv, armament includes a high-mobility artillery-rocket system (HIMARS), mortar and artillery ammunition, Javelin anti-tank missile systems, explosives and blasting equipment.
Reuters did not elaborate on what might be included in the latest package.