Pentagon money allocated to Ukraine is running out. This is supported by the Wall Street Journal, which talks about five billion dollars remaining in US defense coffers to guarantee weapons and security assistance to Ukraine, after Congress’ decision to approve an emergency rescue measure, as there are no funds allocated for Kiev to receive it. Going to war with Russia was included. In practice, the available aid is enough to cover only six months and is equivalent to 12% of the total $43.9 billion provided by the United States since Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine in February last year.
But concerns about the accounts do not worry the White House and Joe Biden much. “We have been in contact with our allies and this will continue. We want to continue support for Ukraine and we want to see funding approved in a bipartisan way. “We will continue to help the Ukrainians as long as it is necessary,” White House spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre explained during the daily press briefing. The most extreme wing of the Republican Party is getting Volodymyr Zelensky and his followers into trouble.
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