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Zelensky’s Plea for Planes to Defend Ukraine Backed by Schumer, Sasse

By Fatma Khaled
Mar 5, 2022

Some Democratic and Republican lawmakers believe that the U.S. should respond to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky‘s plea of sending planes to the Eastern European country to fight the invasion of Russian forces.
The rare bipartisanship between the Democratic Party and the GOP came after Zelensky’s call on Saturday with a number of lawmakers including Republican Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska and Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, who is also the Senate Majority Leader, in which the Ukrainian president told members of Congress that his country needs more planes and drones.

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Former Nato commander pleads for no-fly zone over Ukraine, rejecting fears of war with Russia

By Rob Merrick
Mar 7, 2022

A former Nato supreme commander in Europe has broken with the consensus of military leaders to plead for the west to enforce a no-fly zone over Ukraine.
General Philip Breedlove argued that the move – thus far rejected by the military alliance – could be carried out without the “bellicose rules of engagement” that could spark a wider conflict with Russia.

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US officials, lawmakers debate no-fly zone over Ukraine

Mar 6, 2022

U.S. officials and lawmakers debated imposing a no-fly zone over Ukraine on Sunday while acknowledging possible plans to backfill the needs of Poland should it decide to send fighter jets to battle against the Russians.
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine entered its 11th day on Sunday with no signs of slowing down, U.S. officials and lawmakers called on the Biden administration to consider a host of steps to take hold of Moscow’s offensive and support Ukrainians.
Debate swirled over whether to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine, which some warned could lay the foundation to start World War III. Meanwhile, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said discussions are underway to ban Russian oil imports as its economy begins to crumble and acknowledged reports that the U.S. is giving a “green light” to the idea of sending fighter jets to Poland should Warsaw decide to send such military aid to Ukraine.

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