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Ukraine Comes Clean On U.S. Money, Admits It’s Not Serving Their Actual Needs

via CBS
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Ukrainian officials claim that a significant portion of the $113 billion in aid sent by the U.S. for Ukraine’s war effort is actually benefiting American interests, such as weapons manufacturers.

This revelation comes amid reports of embezzlement and financial mismanagement within Ukraine’s defense ministry, as well as ongoing concerns about the construction of a condo on a Jewish mass grave in Uman, Ukraine.

Despite multiple letters from members of the U.S. Congress addressing the desecration of the cemetery, the construction continues, raising questions about the effectiveness of the aid and the preservation of cultural heritage.

The situation is further complicated by Ukraine’s low score on the Corruption Perceptions Index and the Biden administration’s push for an additional $64 billion in aid for Ukraine.

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