Pyatt: U.S. to allocate $ 25 million for Ukraine’s patrol police
The U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine held a speech at the joint session of Justice Ministry and Interior Ministry
Washington will issue additional financial assistance to Ukraine worth of 25 million US dollars. The costs are to cover the needs of Ukraine’s patrol police and State Border Guard; part of the sum will be used to implement the judiciary system in Ukraine.
Geoffrey Pyatt, the U.S. Ambassador in the country, said this at the joint inter-ministerial session in Kyiv on February 9. Later that day, he tweeted this.
Previosuly, Pyatt said that IMF’s statement concerning support program to Ukraine is one more argument in favor of reforms in the country.
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