Biden signs lend-lease for Ukraine

The law will enable the United States to promptly provide our country with weapons to protect against Russian aggression.

Biden signed a lend-lease for Ukraine / photo twitter.com/ADCPerez46
Biden signed a lend-lease for Ukraine / photo twitter.com/ADCPerez46

United States President Joe Biden signed into law S. 3522 on Lend-Lease and the Defense of Democracy in Ukraine.

This was reported in the White House.

The law will enable the United States to promptly provide our country with weapons to protect against Russian aggression. In addition, we will receive financial assistance in a much larger volume than before.

UNIAN told what kind of support  Ukraine can count on from this Lend-Lease.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on April 7, the United States Senate passed a law on  lend-lease  for Ukraine, and on April 28, the US House of Representatives did so.

(C)UNIAN 2022

4 comments

  1. President Volodymyr Zelensky considers the signing of the law on Lend-Lease for Ukraine by US President Joe Biden as a historic step.

    Zelensky wrote about this on Twitter after it became known that Biden signed the relevant law today.

    “I am grateful to President Biden and the people of the United States for supporting Ukraine in the fight for our freedom and future. The signing of the Lend-Lease Act today is a historic step. I am convinced that we will win together again. And we will defend democracy in Ukraine and in Europe. Like 77 years ago,” Zelensky said.

    Biden signs lend-lease for Ukraine
    As UNIAN reported earlier, on April 7, the United States Senate passed a law on lend-lease for Ukraine, and on April 28, the US House of Representatives did so.

    The law is intended to expedite the transfer of military aid by cutting red tape. It allows the de facto donation of weapons on the condition that the recipient country pays later.

    On May 9, US President Joe Biden signed the Lend-Lease Act for Ukraine.

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