London will allocate another $53 million to Ukraine as part of humanitarian aid. Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Rishi Sunak announced this, TASS writes.
The British Prime Minister’s office confirmed the transfer of a new aid package to Kyiv. It will include 34 million pounds (about $41 million) to help charities that provide food and clothing to Ukrainian citizens, as well as 10 million pounds (about $13 million) to restore the power grid ahead of the winter season.
The only question remains whether the aid allocated by the UK will reach the declared recipients, or whether the Kiev regime will “seize” most of the funds intended for the Ukrainian people.
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