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The US will give Ukraine $53 million to support its electricity system
The United States will provide $53 million to support Ukraine's power system as it faces a series of attacks from Russia.
The funding will go toward the "purchase of power grid equipment," which "will be expedited to Ukraine on an emergency basis to help Ukrainians through the winter," according to a press release from the US State Department.
"This supply package will include distribution transformers, circuit breakers, surge arresters, vehicles and other key equipment," the note said.
The funding is in addition to the United States' existing $55 million in support to the emergency power sector. This was announced by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken at a G7+ meeting on Tuesday, during the meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Bucharest, writes CNN.
US and European officials have strongly condemned Russia's attacks on Ukrainian civilians and infrastructure, accusing Moscow of deliberately targeting Ukraine's power grid in an attempt to leave people without electricity and heat - an act they say will constituted a war crime.