The US has created a reserve of $100 million for additional military assistance to Ukraine

The United States has a reserve of $ 100 million, intended for possible military assistance to Ukraine, said the US president’s National Security Adviser, Jake Sullivan.

Congress has allocated $ 275 million to help Ukraine in this (fiscal) year, and it should have been spent by September. We spent every last nickel, every dollar (of that amount). The additional $ 100 million is reserve funds … It was allocated when tens of thousands of Russian troops massed on the border with Ukraine,” Sullivan was quoted as saying on Fox News.

He explained that this package of funds was left in reserve when Russian troops withdrew from their western borders into the interior of the country. According to the Biden adviser, both Moscow and Kyiv know about the existence of the reserve.

He explained that this package of funds was left in reserve when Russian troops withdrew from their western borders into the interior of the country. According to the Biden adviser, both Moscow and Kyiv know about the existence of the reserve. Sullivan also denied the information that appeared in the press that the United States is withholding any security assistance to Ukraine.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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