The Biden Administration has a low-cost, non-controversial, and highly effective way to help Ukraine: directly empower Ukrposhta, its postal service, with financial and other assistance. As one of Ukraine’s largest employers, with more than 50,000 employees, Ukrposhta has played a crucial role in keeping Ukraine functioning through its delivery of mail and packages, including critically important monthly pension payments to the elderly. And it has expanded its mission to include delivering humanitarian aid with particular focus on the most challenging and hard-to-reach places in eastern and southern Ukraine, often going where established international aid organizations fear to tread. Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler discusses this in the Op-Ed in The National Interest here.
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