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In total, the U.S. defense budget for 2021 provides for US$250 million in assistance to Ukraine.
18:31, 12 June 2021
The Ukrainian leader says a possible increase in military assistance was also discussed.
10:30, 07 June 2021
The Pentagon is Ukraine's key partner, Blinken assured.
16:30, 07 May 2021
Ukraine will request air defense systems and anti-sniper technology, Kuleba revealed.
14:00, 06 May 2021
The U.S. is also encouraged to help Ukraine improve its maritime capabilities.
17:10, 04 May 2021
Ukraine expects U.S. Congress will approve the bill as soon as possible.
06:00, 22 April 2021
Kuleba and Menendez discussed the security situation in Donbas.
05:45, 21 April 2021
In total, Ukraine may get US$275 million in military aid from the United States in 2021.
14:50, 02 March 2021
He says the document is a "gift" to China and Russia.
23:59, 23 December 2020
The bill authorizes US$250 million for the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative, including US$75 million for lethal assistance.
15:45, 12 December 2020
Biegun stressed the United States is a strategic partner of Ukraine, and added Ukraine enjoys bipartisan support in the United States.
11:55, 27 August 2020
No need to deploy military at the moment, Putin's spox says.
16:40, 19 August 2020
Thus, Ukraine may get from the United States US$100 million more than in fiscal year 2020.
11:05, 08 July 2020
The U.S. Embassy's Office of Defense Cooperation on June 16 received more than US$60 million of equipment to transfer to Ukrainian partners.
02:15, 22 June 2020
The sale is expected to help deter Russia from muscling Ukraine in the contested Kerch Strait and key ports along the Azov Sea.
23:10, 17 June 2020
Leaked emails between McCusker and the Office of Management and Budget showed she had repeatedly raised concerns about Trump's hold on Ukraine security assistance.
12:42, 17 June 2020
On June 11, 2020, the U.S. Congress approved a military assistance package worth US$250 million for Ukraine for 2020.
12:22, 17 June 2020
The US$250 million can be used to build Ukraine's lethal defense capabilities, air surveillance systems, special operations forces' counter-artillery radars and tactical equipment.
18:55, 11 June 2020
The Department of Defense neither confirms nor denies this information.
13:31, 07 March 2020
Ukraine doesn't have nuclear weapons and probably won't ever be as strong as Russia. But Kyiv has become much, much more formidable than Moscow ever anticipated or wanted.
16:55, 27 February 2020