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The U.S. assistance to Ukraine will be provided "immediately after the holidays" and will include some "important innovations" – Speaker of the House of Representatives 04/01/2024 11:31:48. Total views 198. Views today — 1.

Mike Johnson, the Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States Congress, stated that regarding the issue of assistance to Ukraine, which is scheduled for a vote after the Easter holidays, there will be some "important innovations". This was reported by Censor.NET with reference to The Hill.

"We are working to achieve consensus. We have spoken with all members, especially now, during the district work period. When we return after this work period, we will advance the product (the bill on assistance to Ukraine - ed.), but I think it will have some important innovations", - Johnson noted.

The Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States clarified that, for example, the option of providing assistance to Ukraine in the form of a loan is being considered, as mentioned earlier.

Thus, Johnson believes, it is possible to somewhat appease conservatives who believe that the United States is doing "too much" for Ukraine. In addition, there is consideration of providing assistance to Ukraine in the form of revenues from frozen russian assets.

"Even Trump talked about a credit concept, where... we don't just provide foreign aid. We establish such relations so that they can return it to us when the time comes", - Speaker Johnson added.