Congress Don Davis visits Ukraine on second anniversary of Russian invasion

Congress Don Davis visits Ukraine on second anniversary of Russian invasion

While there, he observed how the Ukrainian military prepared for its operations on the frontlines of the conflict.

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) – Congressman Don Davis, representative of North Carolina’s first congressional district, is back in the United States after visiting Ukraine over the weekend.

Congressman Davis visited Ukraine on the second anniversary of the Russian invasion.

While there, he observed how the Ukrainian military prepared for its operations on the frontlines of the conflict and met with U.S. soldiers training and advising Ukrainian fighters on the frontline, according to his office.

During those meetings, officials say he discussed Ukraine’s urgent need for ammunition and additional training for pilots.

Davis also took part in a series of discussion panels with international leaders including Andriy Yermak, Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, Former United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and Oleksandr Syrskyi, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Congressman Don Davis attending a Ukrainian Parliamentary session celebrating the resistance to an unprovoked Russian invasion.

Congressman Don Davis attending a Ukrainian Parliamentary session celebrating the resistance to an unprovoked Russian invasion.

Congressman Davis’ office says his bipartisan record of support for Ukraine and the U.S. Defense Industrial Base stands with the following:

  • Co-leading the bipartisan H.R. 7372, the Defending Borders, Defending Democracies Act, legislation to swiftly enact border security improvement measures and provide nearly $50 billion in security assistance to Ukraine, $30 million-plus of which would replenish U.S. domestic defense industrial capacity.
  • Voted three times to prevent a government shutdown over the last five months to ensure continued operations at the Department of Defense in the face of multi-faceted threats in the Middle East, the Indo-Pacific, and Eastern Europe.
  • Voting three times to pass H.R. 2670, the National Defense Authorization Act of 2024 (Public Law 118-31), annual national security legislation to authorize defense funding and safeguard our national security. As a House Armed Services Committee member, Congressman Davis secured 11 amendments to the Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 NDAA to streamline the procurement of advanced weapons systems and improve the quality of life for servicemembers.

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