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The United States approves millionaire military aid for conflictive allies

Moscow , April 24.- The president of the United States, Joe Biden, approved this Wednesday the $95 billion aid package for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan, after months of stagnation in the country's Congress due to political divisions.

The approved funds include $60.8 billion for kyiv, $26.4 billion for the Hebrew country and $8.1 billion for Taipei.

The US House of Representatives approved the bill on Saturday, while the Senate held a vote on Tuesday to deliver the document to the president's desk.

At a press conference dedicated to this law, President Biden announced that arms supplies to Ukraine derived from the funds in the package will begin within a few hours.

The president stressed that the approval of the project corresponds directly with the national security interests of the United States.

In this sense, he emphasized that Ukraine has the will and ability to prevail in the conflict with Russia.

The aid was long blocked by Republicans, who urged Joe Biden to prioritize the migration crisis on the southern border with Mexico. The president, for his part, has indicated on more than one occasion that if the military assistance package for Ukraine, requested by the White House, is not approved, the US will end up entangled in a war with Russia.

Meanwhile, kyiv is going through a difficult time on the battlefield, with a shortage of men on the front and an increase in reports of forced mobilizations. (RT News) (Photo: EFE/File)

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