Kuleba welcomes U.S. approval of Ukraine Security Partnership Act

Kuleba welcomes U.S. approval of Ukraine Security Partnership Act

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba welcomes the passing by U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee of the Ukraine Security Partnership Act.

Kuleba wrote about this on Twitter.

“I’m grateful to Senate Foreign Relations Committee for a unanimous passing of the Ukraine Security Partnership Act aimed at increasing annual military aid to $300 mln, including lethal weapons,” he wrote.

The minister noted that the United States is a trusted friend and ally.

"We are looking forward to a swift passing by the US Congress," Kuleba added.

On April 21, the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed the Ukraine Security Partnership Act of 2021 (S. 814), which provides for increased support for Ukraine against the background of Russian aggression.

The Ukraine Security Partnership Act will provide Ukraine with up to USD 300 million a year in military assistance until 2026. The document envisages, in particular, the U.S. assistance in providing Ukraine with defense aid from third countries. In addition, this includes the allocation of USD 4 million annually until 2026 for the training of Ukrainian officers.


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