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U.S. Congress considers financial aid for Ukraine in 2018

Source : 112 Ukraine

The White House ready to continue supporting Ukraine as its opposes the Russian aggression, - Michael McCaul, the Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security
09:16, 12 May 2017

Reuters

The United States Congress looks into the option to assign financial assistance for Ukraine in the next fiscal year. Michael McCaul, the Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security said that at his meeting with the country’s foreign minister Pavlo Klimkin.

‘What is going on now in Ukraine affects the entire world. If we don’t Stop Putin and the Russian aggression there, it will spread everywhere else,’ he said.

McCaul added that the U.S. have been supporting Ukraine since the very beginning of the Russian aggression in spring 2014, and the government is ready to keep on with this support.

‘We’re going to consider assigning costs fir this region in 2018,’ McCaul said.

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