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Biden Wants $13.7 Billion In Funding For Ukraine-Related Projects For Only Three Months Of 2023

According to The Hill, the Biden administration is asking Congress to provide $13.7 billion in additional security and economic aid for Ukraine and $2 billion to support local energy supplies in order to counteract the effects of the war on the global energy market.

Only the first three months of fiscal 2023, which starts at the beginning of October, will be covered by the $13.7 billion. Directly from the White House, that.

One administration official claims that we have persuaded the entire world to stand with Ukraine in defending their democracy and we cannot relent. A good $4 billion is being planned by the administration continuously.

In response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine this year, Congress unanimously approved more than $53 billion in security, economic, and humanitarian assistance. The most recent package, at $40 billion, was signed into law by Biden in May.

There is nothing the taxpayers can do about this new request, which was anticipated.

The White House is requesting Congress to approve additional financing in the billions for the federal government's COVID-19 pandemic response, monkeypox response, and disaster relief activities as part of a continuing resolution in addition to increased funding for Ukraine. The sum requested for emergency funds is $47.1 billion.

That amounts to $47.1 billion.

The White House is asking Congress to fund $4.7 billion in defence and intelligence assistance for Ukraine, $2.7 billion in military equipment and stockpile replenishment, and $4.5 billion in budgetary support for the Ukrainian government.

Both Ukraine and US President Biden are corrupt nations. See how this son manages the business for the Big Guy:

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Independent Sentinel.

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