Congress did not approve Johnson’s plan to help Ukraine 30.11.2023, 23:44

US House of Representatives member Marjorie Taylor Greene criticized House Speaker Mike Johnson’s plan to help Ukraine. She announced this on social networks.

“Ukraine is the 51st state and is not a member of NATO. Stop funding Ukraine,” Green writes.

House Speaker Mike Johnson’s plan is to tie U.S. support spending to Ukraine to legislation to strengthen American border security.

Previously, Vice President for National Security Affairs Michael Pyle sent A letter to Ukrainian officials containing a list of reforms that Kiev must implement in order to continue receiving American military aid.

Washington specifically demands that Kiev liberalize gas and electricity prices; According to the US, this will guarantee the financial stability of companies and operators. According to Washington, the Ukrainian administration must pass a bill reinstating mandatory asset declaration for all officials and judges.

Previously USA and Ukraine started negotiations Regarding security guarantees for Kyiv.



Source: Gazeta

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