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Ukraine Marks 2nd Anniversary of War with Russia, Which Has Killed 31,000+ Ukrainian Soldiers

HeadlineFeb 26, 2024

The prime ministers of Italy, Canada and Belgium traveled to Kyiv on Saturday as Ukraine marked the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has acknowledged 31,000 Ukrainian troops have been killed over the past two years, but many experts believe that to be an undercount. The anniversary comes as Zelensky and other Ukrainian officials urged U.S. lawmakers to approve the $60 billion aid package requested by President Biden.

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