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U.S. Sends An Additional $1.7 Billion To Ukraine To Pay Health Care Workers

Ukraine just received an additional $1.7 billion from the United States and the World Bank that will be used to pay the salaries of health care workers and other “essential” services, Politico reports.

 

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The U.S. Agency for International Development has provided $4 billion of support for Ukraine. USAID plans to address the deficit since Russia invaded Ukraine in February,

Viktor Liashko, Ukraine’s minister of health, stated it has been a challenge paying those who decided to stay in the country “due to the overwhelming burden of war.”

Liashko also said in a statement that the $1.7 billion “is not just yet another financial support; it is an investment that makes us a step closer to victory.

Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen also stated:

This aid will help Ukraine’s democratic government provide essential services for the people of Ukraine.

Earlier this month, Biden announced Ukraine would receive another $1 billion in military aid.

I informed President Zelensky that the United States is providing another $1 billion in security assistance for Ukraine, including additional artillery and coastal defense weapons, as well as ammunition for the artillery and advanced rocket systems that the Ukrainians need to support their defensive operations in the Donbas.

In April, $33 billion was also sent to Ukraine to aid in additional security. Along with the money allotted, $20.4 billion is for additional security and military assistance. The aid was also used to assist U.S. efforts of supporting European security along with the other NATO allies.

Roomies, what do you think of this?

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Ukraine just received an additional $1.7 billion from the United States and the World Bank that will be used to pay the salaries of health care workers and other “essential” services, Politico reports.

View this post on Instagram

The U.S. Agency for International Development has provided $4 billion of support for Ukraine. USAID plans to address the deficit since Russia invaded Ukraine in February,

Viktor Liashko, Ukraine’s minister of health, stated it has been a challenge paying those who decided to stay in the country “due to the overwhelming burden of war.”

Liashko also said in a statement that the $1.7 billion “is not just yet another financial support; it is an investment that makes us a step closer to victory.

Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen also stated:

This aid will help Ukraine’s democratic government provide essential services for the people of Ukraine.

Earlier this month, Biden announced Ukraine would receive another $1 billion in military aid.

I informed President Zelensky that the United States is providing another $1 billion in security assistance for Ukraine, including additional artillery and coastal defense weapons, as well as ammunition for the artillery and advanced rocket systems that the Ukrainians need to support their defensive operations in the Donbas.

In April, $33 billion was also sent to Ukraine to aid in additional security. Along with the money allotted, $20.4 billion is for additional security and military assistance. The aid was also used to assist U.S. efforts of supporting European security along with the other NATO allies.

Roomies, what do you think of this?

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