The White House said Tuesday that another aid package for Ukraine could be announced soon.
John Kirby, the National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications, said he didn't want to "get ahead of future security systems packages," when asked by CNN's Phil Mattingly about more assistance to Ukraine.
"I do think you'll see another one here in coming days," Kirby continued. "We're in lockstep with the Ukrainians talking to them every day."
Kirby said there were "real-time discussions going on with the Ukrainians about what their military needs are."
He added: "Many of the systems that we've been providing in just the last few weeks and couple of months have proven instrumental and effective in the Ukrainians ability to go on the offense and to be actually quite effective on the defense in the last several days and weeks."
Some context: President Volodymyr Zelensky acknowledged this week the importance of US assistance to the recent Ukrainian counteroffensive. “We prepared carefully for this. It has taken months of planning. We used reconnaissance and accuracy, we used our allies, especially the United States army, for information on this, and we used Western weapons,” he said.