American taxpayers will be paying for police reforms in Ukraine. The goal is to make the Ukrainian police to match the US police standards.
"We will work together to develop a kind of government that would be free from corruption and respects human rights," the US Ambassador to Ukraine said while signing the document.
Now imagine the work of US policemen in Ukraine. Who will they instruct? A lot of neo-Nazi youth and various sorts of former military personnel, who suffer from the Donbass war syndrome, might come into the new Ukrainian police force. According to Olga Bogomolets, the head of the healthcare committee in the Ukrainian Rada, there are over 5,500 soldiers with the syndrome. The arrival of these mentally unstable war veterans could lead to a "new bloodbath" in Ukraine, this time under the police jurisdiction.
Most of the reforms recently introduced in Ukraine at the request of international donors have not led to any positive changes in the country since the authorities' dominant motivation in introducing the legislation was to get more money from the West.