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May 23, 2024 Ukraine and the World – Against russia’s Aggression. Sanctions in Action

“Resources will be available to support Ukraine starting from July 2024, with bi-annual payments”, the European Commission said in a statement on the use of proceeds from the blocked assets of the russian central bank. Depending on interest rates, “revenues generated from these immobilized assets are likely to yield around EUR 2.5-3 billion a year for the benefit of Ukraine”.
5/23/2024
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May 22, 2024 Ukraine and the World - Against russia’s Aggression. Sanctions in Action

The European Union has approved the use of proceeds from the rf central bank’s frozen assets to help Ukraine. Thanks to this, Ukraine will receive EUR 3 billion in 2024 alone. 90% of this amount will go to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine, said Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic Jan Lipavsky.
5/22/2024
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May 21, 2024 Ukraine and the World – Against russia’s Aggression. Sanctions in Action

US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has said that the countries of the “Ramstein” format have allocated a total of $95 billion in military support to Ukraine and promised that the United States, for its part, will continue to provide regular aid packages to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
5/21/2024
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May 20, 2024 Ukraine and the World – Against russia’s Aggression. Sanctions in Action

UK Secretary of State for Defence Grant Shapps has said that during May, Ukraine will receive a hundred missiles for air defense from his country, and asked the allies to speed up the provision of military assistance to Ukraine.
5/20/2024
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May 19, 2024 Ukraine and the World - Against russia’s Aggression. Sanctions in Action

Defense expert of the Social Democratic Party of Germany Joe Weingarten has supported the idea of ​​protecting the airspace over western Ukraine with the help of NATO Air Defense Forces.
5/19/2024
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May 18, 2024 Ukraine and the World – Against russia’s Aggression. Sanctions in Action

On May 19, changes to the EU-level legislation come into force, harmonizing responsibility for sanctions violations and ensuring the possibility of investigation and prosecution in all member states. Updates include a list of criminal offenses related to sanctions evasion, such as failure to freeze assets, violation of an established ban on the entry or supply of weapons or other sanctioned goods and services, transfer to a third party of funds that should have been frozen, or providing false information in order to avoid freezing of assets.
5/18/2024
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May 17, 2024 Ukraine and the World – Against russia’s Aggression. Sanctions in Action

On May 16, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Denmark Lars Løkke Rasmussen announced a new package of military aid to Ukraine in the amount of EUR 750 million, aimed at strengthening Ukrainian air defense and artillery. “Denmark is also studying opportunities for investment in the Ukrainian defense industry”, Rasmussen said.
5/17/2024
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May 16, 2024 Ukraine and the World – Against russia’s Aggression. Sanctions in Action

France and the Netherlands are asking the European Union to impose sanctions on any financial institutions in the world that help the russian military pay for goods or technology for the production of weapons. Under the proposal, anyone in the EU could be banned from doing business with any financial institution in the world that the EU identifies as directly or indirectly helping the russian military obtain prohibited dual-use goods and technology.
5/16/2024
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May 15, 2024 Ukraine and the World – Against russia’s Aggression. Sanctions in Action

“We are all in awe of your extraordinary might, endurance, strength and your leadership. We know this is a challenging time. But we also know that in the near term the assistance is now on the way, some of it has already arrived and more of it will be arriving. That's going to make a real difference against the ongoing russian aggression on the battlefield. We are determined, along with many other partners of Ukraine, to ensure your success on the battlefield”, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said in Kyiv.
5/15/2024
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May 14, 2024 Ukraine and the World – Against russia’s Aggression. Sanctions in Action

The USA is giving Ukraine an aid package worth $300 million, which includes Stinger anti-aircraft missiles, additional ammunition for HIMARS, 155 mm caliber shells, 105 mm caliber shells, AT-4 anti-tank grenade launchers, additional ammunition for small arms, ammunition to blow up obstacles, spare parts, maintenance and other support equipment.
5/14/2024