The United States intends to announce a new package of military assistance to Kyiv

The White House is working to approve a $10 billion budget aid to Ukraine, The Washington Post reported on February 13. According to the publication, Washington is going to announce a new military aid package next week.

“Administration (of the President of the United States) Joe Biden is also working with Congress to approve another $10 billion in direct budgetary assistance to Ukraine,” – the publication says.

In addition, the White House may announce additional sanctions against Russia around the same time.

Earlier, on February 9, a group of US congressmen submitted a resolution demanding that the administration of President Joe Biden stop providing financial and military support to Kyiv.

On February 7, a congressman during a meeting of the House of Representatives said that Washington was spending tens of billions of dollars on Ukraine to foment a conflict that did not meet the national interests of the United States. In his opinion, the White House violates its own “red lines” every day, supplying Kyiv with more and more powerful weapons.

Biden on January 25 announced the delivery of 31 M1 Abrams tanks to Ukraine. He also stated that the aid would be accompanied by supplies from other countries. In addition, on January 20, it was reported that Washington would provide one of the largest military aid packages to Kyiv worth about $2.5 billion.

On January 27, it became known that four Republican Congressmen in a letter to Biden and the Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin demanded clarification on the supply of 31 Abrams tanks for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. They denounced the subsidies to Ukraine, while the US has many internal security problems that are ignored by the authorities.

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