The United States will provide Ukraine with $457.5 million in civil security assistance.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announced this on Twitter on September 26.

"The United States will provide an additional $457.5 million in civil security assistance to save lives and strengthen the capacity of Ukrainian law enforcement and criminal justice agencies. We share their commitment to a democratic, independent and sovereign Ukraine," he wrote.

In total, the United States has already allocated more than 25 billion dollars to help Ukraine.

For the most part, these funds were directed to the security sector, humanitarian aid and direct economic support.

We will remind, on Thursday, September 15, US President Joe Biden exercised his right to provide military aid to Ukraine in the amount of 600 million dollars.

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