U.S. draft budget for 2022 envisages $756M in aid to Ukraine - Kuleba

U.S. draft budget for 2022 envisages $756M in aid to Ukraine - Kuleba

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The United States' draft budget for 2022 provides for a total of $756 million in assistance to Ukraine, including $400 million to strengthen its security.

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said this during an online briefing on Friday, December 17, according to an Ukrinform correspondent.

"The draft budget of the United States for 2022 provides for a total of $756 million in assistance to Ukraine, including $400 million to strengthen its security, but our goal of $1 billion in support remains unchanged and we are confidently moving towards it," he said.

Kuleba added that the U.S. had allocated more than $460 million to support key reforms in Ukraine through the Department of State, the Pentagon and the United States Agency for International Development. He also noted that with the help of the United States, Ukrainians received about 2.2 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines.

"That is, we are talking about a very broad bilateral partnership," Kuleba concluded.

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