Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine created a commission for monitoring arms supplies to Ukraine

The Verkhovna Rada has created a temporary special commission to monitor the receiving and usage of international financial and technical assistance, in particular weapons.

Source: The website of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

“The newly created special temporary commission will carry out the following tasks: preparation and submission to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, in due course, of legislative initiatives for creating a model of parliamentary oversight of the receipt and use of international material and technical aid (particularly arms); conducting parliamentary hearings on violations of the principles of legitimacy, justice and transparency in using such aid.”


“This is a response to the efforts of russian propaganda to create the illusion that weapons coming to Ukraine from the West are then being resold. Therefore, Ukraine’s Council will control all the weapons,” the MP states.

The temporary special commission will be headed by Rustem Umerov, the deputy from the “Holos” (“Voice”) Fraction.

See also: Ukraine needs 100 HIMARS and M270 for an effective counteroffensive, – Minister of Defense of Ukraine

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