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Sen. Mark Warner on Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s Meeting with U.S. Senators: “Walking away now would undermine the progress in securing Ukrainian independence, undercut NATO, and embolden authoritarian regimes around the world.”

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From Sen. Mark Warner, Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee:

STATEMENT OF SENATE INTEL CHAIRMAN MARK R. WARNER

~ On President Zelenskyy’s meeting with senators ~

WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA), Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, released a statement following Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s private meeting with senators:

“There has never been a more important time for the United States to stand with our allies in support of Ukraine, and President Zelenskyy’s meeting with senators today bolstered the bipartisan momentum to continue our efforts. We’ve spent years rebuilding NATO after the former president launched it into chaos – we absolutely cannot undo that work and weaken this critical alliance by reneging on our commitments now. President Xi and autocrats around the world are watching.

“Russian military capabilities have been decimated for years to come by its ill-considered and illegal invasion of Ukraine. Walking away now would undermine the progress in securing Ukrainian independence, undercut NATO, and embolden authoritarian regimes around the world.”

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