Ukraine will receive monthly financial assistance from the US authorities in the amount of about $1.5 billion per month to support the work of the government. Derek Hogan, First Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, said this, Interfax-Ukraine reports on Tuesday, June 14.
“We have already allocated $1 billion for these purposes through various mechanisms, we intend to send about $1.5 billion more monthly for 4-5 months,” Hogan said at a seminar at the Woodrow Wilson Research Center in Washington.
The official noted that direct support for the Ukrainian authorities is “one of the priorities” of the administration of President Joe Biden.
Derek Hogan added that the United States should take into account the “medium and long term”, and now Washington’s efforts should be aimed at ensuring the work of the government of Ukraine.