The Defense Department and the US European Command did not immediately respond to Sputnik for comment on this matter.
The Biden administration is still conducting an interagency review of the proposal but the coming winter may provide an opportunity to launch the program as fighting in Ukraine is expected to slow during the colder months ahead, the report said.
Germany has not received an official request from the United States about the proposal to boost training of Ukrainian troops but the plan is in line with Berlin's endeavors to support Ukraine, the report added citing a German official.
"The Secretary-General is aware that discussions are taking place at various fora concerning the possible establishment of an international tribunal in regard to the situation in Ukraine and particularly on the issue of the crime of aggression" Dujarric told the briefing.
Any such decision, however, with or without the involvement of the United Nations is in the hands of the member states, he added.
Earlier on Wednesday, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen proposed to create a special structure to manage the frozen assets of the Russian Central Bank and private assets to support Ukraine.
In response to von der Leyen's proposal on Russian assets, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that Moscow will take adequate measures in response if these assets are confiscated.
Earlier in the day, a Spanish newspaper reported that an employee of the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid was slightly injured in the explosion of a device hidden in a mail envelope.
According to the spokesman, Kuleba noted that whoever was behind the organization of this explosion, they will not succeed in intimidating Ukrainian diplomats.
"We absolutely believe that military operations will persist through the winter months, it's just going to be probably... some things will be curtailed or altered based on the weather conditions," Kirby said during a press briefing.
"I cannot ignore the statement of the foreign ministers of the NATO member countries. This statement was adopted during a meeting of the alliance council at the level of foreign ministers from November 22-30 in Bucharest. The wording contained in the document indicates that NATO is absolutely not interested in a political and diplomatic solution in Ukraine," Zakharova told reporters.
"For my part, I confirm Ms. Rood's statement. Additionally, I can note that the most frequently used words at this meeting were 'strategic stability,' 'nuclear security,' 'Ukraine' and 'Kiev regime," Naryshkin said.