U.S. mulling over increasing military aid to Ukraine

The U.S. House Appropriations Committee on July 7 released the draft fiscal year 2021 Defense funding bill, according to which it is proposed to increase military aid to Ukraine by $25 million. “$275 million for the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative, $25 million above the request. Exempts funds from apportionment and requires the Secretary of Defense […]

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Canada welcomes Ukraine-NATO rapprochement

Canada welcomes the rapprochement between Ukraine and NATO and continues to support Ukraine’s sovereignty, Foreign Minister of Canada François-Philippe Champagne has said. “Congratulations to Ukraine for becoming a NATO Enhanced Opportunities Partner! Canada remains unwavering in its support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity,” the minister wrote on his Twitter account. He added that “he […]

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Level of confidence in putin in russia fell to historical minimum – poll

Russia’s level of confidence in President Putin fell to 25% at the end of May, while in April it was 28%. Such survey results were published by the Russian non-governmental research organization Levada Center. The survey participants were asked to name 5-6 politicians whom they most trust – with no answer options. Only a quarter […]

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