President Joe Biden’s administration on Sept. 8 announced more than $2 billion in new aid for Ukraine and other European allies.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, a Biden appointee, announced the bulk of the aid while making an unscheduled visit to Kyiv.
In meetings with senior Ukrainian officials, Blinken said the Biden administration had notified Congress of its intent to provide $2 billion in long-term Foreign Military Financing to Ukraine and 18 of its neighbors, including North Atlantic Treaty Organization members and regional security partners that are “most potentially at risk for future Russian aggression.”
Pending expected congressional approval, about $1 billion of the aid will go to Ukraine….


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