According to Bloomberg News, the United States has removed a few restrictions on sharing intelligence with Ukraine. According to two individuals aware of the matter, this is confronting a renewed Russian military in the south and east. The US helping Ukraine to defend its territory Avril Haines, the Director of National Intelligence, told Congress of the activities this month, according to one of the two individuals. This came following Representative Mike Turner, the top Republican in the House Intelligence Committee, and the vice-chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Marco Rubio, wrote in separate letters urging Biden’s administration to lift the restrictions. This expanded sharing is to help Ukraine for defending and potentially retaking the territory in such regions, the individual stated, speaking on the condition that anonymity is maintained about a sensitive matter of this stature. The second person among the two individuals, an intelligence official, also spoke, requesting a condition of anonymity that the United States is sharing intensely and timely intelligence with the Ukrainians, which also includes information about those areas that the Russians are holding before the present invasion. Since the conflict has indeed evolved, intelligence sharing guidelines have been adjusted by the intelligence agencies so that the operators can get the guidance that they require to help Ukraine defend itself, said the person. According to Bloomberg News, the Russian military officials had said that towards the end of March, they would shift their focus so that they could take complete control of the Donbas areas following a month of fighting when they hardly gained any territorial regions of the western parts of the country, which also includes an attempt to siege Kyiv, the capital. This shift is being seen as an admission that the large-scale and rapid invasion that the Russian president Vladimir Putin had expected to overthrow President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's government and take the country failed. Russia is now focusing on bringing limited territories. The US Secretary of State Attorney, Antony Blinken, and Lloyd Austin, the Defense Secretary, visited Ukraine during the weekend and stated that the United States would begin sending diplomats to the country while extending more military aid. Further Reading \t As Sanctions Hit Bitcoin Volume Surges in Russia and Ukraine \t Powell Sees Liftoff of Fed Rate in March as Ukraine Fogs Outlook \t Why is the USA considered the Strongest Military in the World?