US will allocate 120 million for equipment for Ukraine

2015-03-01 08:49 PM
Congress approved the allocation of $ 120 million for training and equipment purchases for Ukraine.

This was stated by US Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey R. Pyatt in the air “Inter” March 1.

“The only issue that is being discussed - whether it should include defensive lethal weapons” - said Payette.

Interfax-Ukraine


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