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US Congressmen repeatedly introduced bill in support of Ukraine
21:46, 5 February 2017
US Congressmen repeatedly introduced bill in support of Ukraine

STAND for Ukraine Act in 2016 has not been approved in the US Senate

21:46, 5 February 2017

Reuters

US Congressmen have repeatedly submitted to the House of Representatives of the US Congress the STAND for Ukraine Act, which until the end of last year did not have time to pass the approval process in the US Senate. It is reported by Ukrinform.

The new draft law, registered under number 830 H.R., was named: "On the deterrence, prevention and termination of Russian aggression in Ukraine, assistance democratic changes in Ukraine, as well as for other purposes."

It is known that the document was submitted to the House of Representatives on February 2 by Republican Congressman Eliot Engel in collaboration with 24 members of the House of Representatives, including the Republican and Democratic parties.

According to the procedure, the bill is sent for discussion to the committees on foreign affairs, finance, legal affairs and budgetary matters.

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