In keeping with their tradition during the presidential election years, the UCCA and UNIS sent a questionnaire to both Republican and Democratic presidential candidates. The five questions were: Would you suggest increasing US military aid and training for the Ukrainian armed forces? What sanctions would you support against the Russian Federation? What additional measures should the United States take to address Russia’s disinformation? While Ukraine was recently granted an Enhanced Opportunity Partnership with NATO, what other measures would you suggest to assist Ukraine on its path to NATO membership? What type of program would you propose for US involvement in the training, equipment and implementation of key reform and anti-corruption programs in Ukraine?
The questionnaire was sent out at the end of September, but it took until October 21st for both campaigns to be answered. The answers came from the Biden Harris campaign and the Ukrainians for Trump 2020. Neither gave direct answers to the questions asked; The Trump response also contained information unrelated to the topics covered.
The Biden campaign presented its “Vision for America’s Relationship with Ukraine” in two parts: “What Joe Biden Done” (highlighting his role as “Contact Person for Ukraine” under the Obama administration) and “What Joe Biden Will Do” “. Here is an excerpt from the latter: “Joe Biden will”: “… strive to end the conflict in Ukraine in cooperation with our European allies to assist the Ukrainian people in pursuing the sovereign, democratic and prosperous future that will be Land deserves; … Provide military aid to Ukraine, including lethal military equipment, to help Ukraine defend itself against Russia; … Commit the government, business and citizens of Ukraine to reduce corruption and consolidate a society that enjoys the rule of law and guarantees justice and economic opportunities for its citizens. ”
Trump’s Ukrainians had this to say on Ukraine: “President Trump has tightened tough sanctions against Russia to counter its abusive and destabilizing actions. The Trump administration sanctioned over 200 targets in response to the continued Russian occupation of Crimea and aggression in eastern Ukraine. President Trump and the government have published a national security strategy that defines steps to prevent any interference by Russia. … The Trump administration has stepped up its support for the Ukrainian Armed Forces to help Ukraine improve its self-defense skills. The increased sales of weapons to the Ukrainian military include over 360 spear missiles and nearly 50 launch vehicles. … The Trump administration has increased funding for the European Deterrent Initiative and allocated billions to increase the preparedness of US troops in Europe to deter Russian aggression and help defend our NATO allies. … At the United Nations, President Trump actively condemns Russia’s … continued failure to deliver on its commitment to ending the conflict in eastern Ukraine. ”
To read the full text of these two position papers, we refer readers to the UNIS and UCCA Facebook pages.
It is important to note that our publisher, the Ukrainian National Association, a 501 (c) (8) company, does not endorse political candidates, but its publications can certainly encourage readers to have their voices heard and their voices heard to count. We all know that this is a decisive and consistent presidential election. So go out there and choose!
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