The government of Canada will provide support to the police of Ukraine 8, 1 million canadian dollars (6, 1 million U.S. dollars), said the head of the canadian Ministry of foreign Affairs st?phane Dion.
"We work closely with national law enforcement agencies in order to make this service effective, serving the people and embodies the trust of society," - said the Minister. It is noted that the allocation of these funds "shows our full support for Ukraine and its efforts in the battle against illegal activity of officials," reports the news Agency. The letter also States that the allocated funds of 6, 6 million canadian dollars (5 million U.S. dollars) will be spent on training law enforcement officers, and the remaining 1. 5 million dollars (1, 1 million USD) will be spent on the purchase of needed police equipment. The foreign Ministry of Canada reiterated that the training of Ukrainian police class of 20 canadian police officers. In June 2015, the canadian government adopted a conclusion on the allocation of Ukraine financial assistance in the amount of fifteen million canadian dollars (12, 1 million USD). It was stated that these funds must go to " support democracy ". At the end of June of the same year, the canadian head of the Ministry of defence Jason Kenney said that Canada has no extra weapons that she could send to Ukraine. Before that, Kenny also said that his country is ready to supply Ukraine lethal weapons, but will not act without the support of NATO allies. The print edition GLANCE first examined in detail the economic assistance of Ottawa to Kiev.