Biden signed a law on the allocation of $ 12.4 billion to Ukraine

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US President Joe Biden has signed into law an additional $12.4 billion in aid to Ukraine. At the same time, the signed law provides for continued financing of the US government until December 16 this year.

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“Ukraine Continued Appropriations and Supplemental Appropriations Act 2023,” which provides for FY 2023 appropriations to federal agencies through December 16, 2022, for current federal government programs and activities, and includes additional appropriations to respond to the situation in Ukraine, – cites RIA Novosti the text of the document.

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Previously this initiative approved by the US Congress. The bill includes temporary funding for government programs. Otherwise, a shutdown will occur – the suspension of the work of a number of federal departments.

Also Friday, September 30 at the White House did not rule out the supply of tanks Kyiv authorities. But at the moment, National Security Adviser to the US President Jake Sullivan is not ready to announce them.

Source: Rambler

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