The Cuban government has broken up a human trafficking ring operating in their country, run by Russia, with the purpose of recruiting Cuban citizens as fighters for the Russian war efforts in Ukraine. There is speculation that this could strain relations between these two allies. Meanwhile, Secretary of State Blinken arrived in Kyiv this week with news that the U.S. would deliver a one-billion-dollar aid package for their defense efforts. FOX News Chief National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin joins to explain what kind of significant munitions America will be giving Ukraine, what impact the death of Wagner Group’s chief Prigozhin will have in the long run, and positive signs Cuba is pushing back against Russia’s human trafficking scheme.