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U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham arrives in Kyiv on March 18, 2024. (U.S. Embassy in Ukraine / X)
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Republican Senator Lindsey Graham arrived in Kyiv, the U.S. Embassy shared on social media on March 18.

"Unwavering US support is critical to Ukraine's success in confronting an illegal full-scale war with Russia," the U.S. Embassy captioned the photo of his arrival by train.

Graham's visit comes as U.S. aid to Ukraine remains delayed. While the Senate approved a $95 billion funding package on Feb. 13 that contained $60 billion in aid for Ukraine, the package still faces an uphill battle in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives.

Graham voted repeatedly against the $60 billion package, declaring in February that he he talked to Donald Trump, who is "dead set against this package."

Trump "thinks that we should make packages like this a loan, not a gift," Graham said.

Graham previously visited Kyiv in May 2023, and met Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Russia’s Interior Ministry issued an arrest warrant for Graham following his visit.

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