The consolidated bill on assigning financial assistance for Ukraine was presented at the U.S. Congress. According to the law, the U.S. government would allocate at least 560 million dollars, 238 of which will be assigned for further reforms in defense and security policy in Ukraine. The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine reported that at Facebook on May 2.
Assignations for other support programs will be increased by 27 million dollars compared to the last year’s sum.
Now it is up to the Senate and the House of Commons to pass the law, exhih is expected to take place before May 5. Then, U.S. president Donald Trump will sign the law.