Biden Admin Sending $5.5 Billion More In Aid To Ukraine

On Monday, the Biden administration declared in separate announcements that it would provide $5.5 billion more in combined foreign aid and military weaponry to the wartorn nation of Ukraine as it continues to fight Russia’s invasion.

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced on Monday that it would send another $4.5 billion worth of taxpayers’ money to the Eastern European country in order to help the Ukrainian government function and provide social services for its people. Shortly after that announcement, the Pentagon stated that it would also provide an additional $1 billion worth of “security assistance” to Ukraine.

In an exclusive report, Reuters announced that USAID would initially send a $3 billion payout to the country beginning in August. With the latest announcement, USAID has now sent more than $8.5 billion to Ukraine since Russia invaded in late February.

“The United States remains committed to supporting Ukraine and its people in the wake of Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified war,” USAID said in a statement provided to Reuters.

On Monday, the Department of Defense (DOD) announced that President Joe Biden had declared the “authorization of a Presidential Drawdown of security assistance valued at up to $1 billion to meet Ukraine’s critical security and defense needs.”

“It is the largest single drawdown of U.S. arms and equipment utilizing this authority, and this package provides a significant amount of additional…

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