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In a joint press conference, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy thanked the Biden administration for its past and current aid packages. Zelenskyy says he looks forward to speaking with members of Congress to discuss a possible $45 billion in aid, stating that “every dollar of this investment for the United States is going to be strengthening of global security.”