The money will be used to train 100 demining teams and demining equipment. Munitions located in the territory controlled by Kyiv will be neutralized, we are talking only about land mines type=”image/webp” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
The US authorities will allocate $89 million to Ukraine to help clear mines and clear unexploded ordnance in the country, according to the State Department.
The money will be used to train 100 demining teams, as well as to purchase the necessary technical equipment.
According to the estimates of the government of Ukraine, cited by the State Department, 160,000 square kilometers of the country's territory remain uncleared.
After the State Department report, Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov said that Washington, as part of the “Russophobic campaign,” blamed Moscow for the mining in Ukraine, the Russian side denies the allegations.
A Politico source at the State Department did not specify where exactly the bombers would be trained, noting that the administration of President Joe Biden is working with the Ukrainian government to determine the location. The interlocutor indicated only that the training would not take place on the territory of Ukraine. However, according to him, representatives of the US government may come to the country “to make sure that the funding is used for its intended purpose.”
As emphasized by the source of the publication, we are talking about the clearance of land mines only. Bloomberg reports that the munitions located in the territory controlled by Kyiv will be neutralized.
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