President Biden plans to announce an additional $800 million in security assistance to Ukraine on Wednesday, White House officials said, only hours after President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine is scheduled to address Congress.
President Biden has announced an additional $800 million in security assistance to Ukraine, but the aid stops short of the no-fly zone or fighter jets that Zelensky has said are necessary to sustain Ukraine’s fight against Russia.
President Biden approved $800 million more in security assistance to Ukraine — including anti-aircraft systems, small arms, ammunition and drones. He vowed that more weapons would come.
What people are saying?
robert neale If we can afford $14B to support Ukraine, then why can’t we afford to provide our own children with a free school lunch? Any ‘reepublican’ care to explain this one to me?
Ed Lagin-Palau Money from taxes paid by american citizens than need improvements in their life quality instead to waste it in a war than is not his problem. How quick it was but to solve country problems have to wait.