US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, Victoria Nuland, decided to stay overnight in Kyiv during a visit to Ukraine.
She said this at a meeting with journalists in Kyiv, reports "European Pravda".
Nuland explained that she arrived in Kyiv on Friday.
"We came together with the Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba from the OSCE ministerial meeting, so I had time to talk to him on the train," she explained.
In two days, she held a significant number of meetings with representatives of the government, parliamentarians (Nuland stressed that they were representatives of various political forces), public activists, and even had a reception at the embassy, which took place subject to non-disclosure of its fact until the end of the visit.
At the end of the second day of the trip, she also held meetings on Bankova street.
"My main signal is a signal of solidarity in these days when Putin has moved to a new level of barbarism. However, Ukraine is winning this war, Putin is losing it, and we support you," she said.
CIA Director William Burns met with the president of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Kyiv on 15 November, confirming US support on the same day that Russian missiles attacked the capital and other regions.