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US allocates almost a half billion dollars to Ukraine law enforcement, criminal justice partners

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The U.S. will give Ukraine $457 million in aid to help support its law enforcement and criminal justice agencies. Part of the new assistance will go toward the Ukrainian government's efforts to document, investigate and prosecute atrocities committed by Russian forces. A U.N. human rights commission said last week its initial investigation into the invasion has revealed evidence of war crimes.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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US allocates almost a half billion dollars to Ukraine law enforcement, criminal justice partners

Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Monday announced the United States will commit $457.5 million to support Ukrainian law enforcement and criminal justice agencies, including funding to investigate Russian atrocities.

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