China News Service, March 1. According to the website of the U.S. State Department, on February 29, local time, U.S. State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said in response to external questions about the U.S. commitment to aid to Ukraine that the U.S. has provided assistance to Ukraine over the past few decades. The credibility of allies in fulfilling their obligations is well known, but this statement was immediately refuted by reporters on the scene with examples.

  At the press conference that day, a reporter quoted the Polish Foreign Minister as saying, "If the United States fails to fulfill Biden's commitment to long-term support for Ukraine, it will seriously damage the credibility of the United States as an ally" and asked Miller for his response on this matter.

  Miller responded: "The United States' credibility in delivering on its commitments to its allies is deep-rooted and built over decades."

  However, this answer was immediately questioned and refuted by reporters. A reporter asked Miller multiple times: "Really?" Miller responded affirmatively, and then the reporter refuted this statement with examples.

  The reporter said that Miller should say these words to the Kurds and Afghans. "They all received promises that the United States would firmly support them, but in the end they were abandoned by the United States."

  The reporter also asked who came up with such language, saying that your (U.S.) commitment to allies is unquestionable, when in fact, "the United States has a long history of abandoning allies."

  In response to this, Miller responded: "I think when it comes to allies, more accurately, the United States' NATO allies, I think the United States has always supported them, and President Biden's attitude of always supporting them is also clear. .”

  The United States’ previous aid allocation to Ukraine will be exhausted in December 2023.

Due to the opposition of the Republicans who make up the majority of the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Congress has not passed the White House's request to allocate an additional $60 billion in aid to Ukraine.