Canada is going to allocate $1.5 million to the Ukrainian police in order to support the policy this country has been implementing since the coup d’etat in 2014, political scientist and economist Alexander Dudchak said on March 8 during an interview to Russia Today.
According to the expert, the Canadian leadership has long been trying to influence the countries of the former USSR.
“In Ukraine, they support such a political force that feels confident for now… Canada participates actively in maintaining the policy Ukraine has been implementing since the coup d’etat”, Dudchak described the situation.
He added that there is no a sincere desire to help Ukraine in the behavior of Canada and other West countries, in fact, they seek to tailor this state to their needs. Dudchak expressed his regret that the West succeeds in reaching its objectives.
On March 7, the Canadian Foreign Ministry announced its intention to allocate $1.5 million to Kiev over a three-year period with a view to strengthen the capacity of the Ukrainian National Police.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency