Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Adrian Karatnycky writes for The Kyiv Post on Obama’s authorized security assitance to Ukraine:

A day after US President Barack Obama met with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the United States announced that it will ship long-range counter-battery radars to Ukraine. Obama authorized $20 million to provide the country with radars, bringing US security assistance to Ukraine up to $265 million. Obama’s message is clear: the United States will not sacrifice Ukraine in exchange for Russian cooperation against Islamic State in Syria.

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