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U.S. senators expect Congress to reinstate aid for Ukraine even if Trump cuts it

Reuters Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
Republican and Democratic senators said on Tuesday they expected the U.S. Congress would pass legislation restoring $250 million in military aid for Ukraine if President Donald Trump goes ahead with plans to block the assistance.

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