Prime minister said it "wouldn't be appropriate" for Jens Stoltenberg to address The Guardian's point about the military promise if the Tories lose the election.
It's part of a larger package worth $95 billion that will go to the Senate, where approval may take time but is considered almost certain.
"Terror must be defeated completely and everywhere, not more in some places and less in others."
The former US president seems to be the go-to guy on a certain matter.
Foreign secretary says meeting with Donald Trump was "private" but urges America to provide more military aid.
The foreign secretary is trying to boost Republican support for Ukraine.
Insiders told The Washington Post of the former president’s supposed strategy to end Russia’s invasion.
Foreign secretary reported to be holding talks with House Speaker Mike Johnson.
Meanwhile, Moscow is still trying to crush Ukraine's own independence.