“I don’t think this is a secret that people from the US are coming to us tomorrow, State Secretary Mr. Blinken and the Defense Secretary (Lloyd Austin) who are coming to us,” Zelensky said at a press conference held in an underground subway station in the Ukrainian capital.
Zelensky also said, “We will be expecting, when the security will allow, the President of the United States to come and to talk to us.”
“I think he will,” Zelensky said, adding that it was Biden’s decision and would depend on the security situation.
Biden, who has previously suggested he wants to go to Ukraine, said earlier this month that he was working with his team to determine whether he should dispatch a senior member of his administration to the country.
Psaki said that if an administration official were to visit Ukraine, the White House would not publicly disclose that information ahead of the time, citing security concerns.
The White House and State Department declined to comment Saturday on Blinken and Austin’s potential trip to Ukraine.
CNN has reached out to the US Department of Defense for comment.
The new shipments include heavy artillery and 144,000 rounds of ammunition.
This story has been updated with additional details.
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