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KIEV, April 4. /TASS/. Military instructors from the U.S. will come to Ukraine on April 20, deputy head of the Ukrainian presidential administration Valery Chalyi said on Saturday.
"On April 20, the U.S. instructors will come to Ukraine for training of the military at the Yavorov training ground (near Lvov)," he said in an interview with the Ukrainian service of the Voice of America.
He said Ukraine was satisfied with the developing cooperation with the U.S. "though our aspirations are higher."
Within the current year, Ukraine will host several military exercises with the U.S.: Fearless Guardian-2015 (2.2 thousand participants, including to 1,000 military of the U.S.), Sea Breeze-2015 (2.5 thousand participants, including up to one thousand US military and 500 from countries of NATO's Partnership for Peace programme) and Saber Guardian/Rapid Trident-2015" (2.1 thousand participants, including 500 U.S. military and 600 military from NATO countries.