With the Russian invasion of Ukraine entering its third month and death and destruction mounting in the east of the country, there are no signs yet of Moscow relenting its assault and Kyiv giving in.
In a hush-hush move U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin visited Kyiv and met the embattled President Volodymyr Zelensky. So far Washington has given 3.7 billion dollars in military and related aid.
More is expected as Moscow seems bent on hiving off parts of eastern Ukraine and perhaps declaring victory in time for May 9, the anniversary of the defeat of the Nazi Germany in the Second World War.
Mayank Chhaya Reports spoke to Inna Ukrainian Member of Parliament Inna Sovsun to get a firsthand perspective on her country’s plight and the international community’s response to it.