US State Department are looking for the best options to support Ukraine

State Department spokesman also commented on the reaction of the Russian side, which is called the bills passed in Congress confrontational.
US Department of State continues to evaluate options best support Ukraine, but has focused on policy defined the White House for finding a diplomatic solution to the conflict. This was stated by the US State Department spokesman Jen Psaki commenting taken on the eve of bills in Congress to support Ukraine.

“The situation is, of course, is transient, so we are very concerned about the future development of the field and continue to evaluate how best to support Ukraine. So we evaluate options, but nothing has changed in the context of our focus centered care, which are provided” – said Psaki.

She explained that the US position continues to be focused on “efforts to support Ukraine and promote a diplomatic solution that respects the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, in close cooperation with allies and partners in Europe and around the world to achieve this goal.”

State Department spokesman also commented on the reaction of the Russian side, which is called the bills passed in Congress confrontational.

“The term” confrontational “better use in relation to the fact that the continued aggressive actions take place and the movement of humanitarian convoys and armed separatists deep into the Ukraine, which is a sovereign state. Thus, they (Russia – ed.) Should pay more attention to this, than legislation, “- said Psaki.

Recall, December 11 The US Congress has completed the process of adopting legislation to support Ukraine. In particular, the Senate unanimously adopted a bill S.2828 ” Freedom Support Act in Ukraine “, House of Representatives – like the text document HR5859″ As for sanctions in respect of the Russian Federation and provide additional assistance to Ukraine, and for other purposes. ” To complete the legislative procedure common variant must be approved by the signature of President Obama. Both versions are currently on a study in the administration of President Obama.

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