Home > White House: Ukrainian frontline town 'at risk' of falling to Russia

White House: Ukrainian frontline town 'at risk' of falling to Russia


Ukraine's embattled frontline town of Avdiivka is in danger of being captured by Russian forces, the White House says, urging the US House to pass vital military aid for Kyiv. "Avdiivka is at risk of falling into Russian control," National Security Council spokesman John Kirby tells reporters during a White House briefing. SOUNDBITE

Added on the 15/02/2024 20:50:27 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • 'Send arms to Ukraine': Ukrainian-Americans rally outside White House

    Hundreds of Ukrainian-Americans and US residents rally outside the White House in Washington, DC to protest Russia's invasion of Ukraine. "Please arm Ukraine," one woman shouts through a microphone. "Please help us. Please support us." IMAGES

    27/02/2022 - AFPTV - First images
  • Russia concert hall attack 'terrible': White House

    The White House sends its condolences to the victims of a "terrible" shooting at a concert hall in the Russian capital Moscow. "Our thoughts are with the victims of this terrible, terrible shooting attack," National Security Council spokesman John Kirby tells reporters. "The images are just horrible and just hard to watch," he adds. SOUNDBITE

    22/03/2024 - AFPTV - First images
  • US sending Ukraine $300 mn aid for 'pressing' needs: White House

    The United States announces an "emergency package of security assistance of $300 million" to Ukraine. "This is possible because of unanticipated costs savings in contracts that DOD negotiated to replace equipment we've already sent to Ukraine through previous drawdown," US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan tells reporters at the White House. SOUNDBITE

    12/03/2024 - AFPTV - First images
  • Zelensky 'never' asked for foreign troops in Ukraine: White House

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has never asked for Western troops to fight Russia's invasion, the White House says after French President Emmanuel Macron said he would not rule out the idea. "President Zelensky isn't asking for that, he's just asking for the tools and capabilities. He's never asked for foreign troops to fight for his country," National Security Council spokesman John Kirby tells reporters. SOUNDBITE

    05/03/2024 - AFPTV - First images
  • US security threat related to Russian anti-satellite capability: White House

    The White House confirms that a national security threat raised by US lawmakers involves Russia developing an anti-satellite weapon. "I can confirm that it is related to an anti-satellite capability that Russia developing," National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby tells reporters, adding however that there was "no immediate threat to anyone's safety." SOUNDBITE

    15/02/2024 - AFPTV - First images

More videosNews

Watch video of  - DemainEntreprendre - épisode 12 - Label : Economie wallonne -

DemainEntreprendre - épisode 12

29/04/2021 12:55:32