WARSAW — As President Obama prepared to meet with Ukraine's president-elect for the first time Wednesday, the U.S. continued to rule out providing weapons to help Ukraine fight against pro-Russian insurgents.
Petro Poroshenko, the chocolate magnate who will be sworn in on Saturday, has said he will ask for U.S. assistance, including training and advice to modernize Ukraine's military and a grant of military equipment.
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