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Brussels proposes 18-billion-euro Ukraine aid package


European Commission vice-president Valdis Dombrovskis announces details of an 18-billion-euro ($18-billion) economic support package to get Ukraine through 2023, which it hopes will be approved by EU member states. SOUNDBITE

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