“I have signed a bipartisan budget bill that caps a year of historic progress,” Biden was quoted as saying by RIA Novosti. According to the American leader, the financial document provides for investments in medical research, security, medical care for veterans, disaster relief, the fight against violence against women and “critical assistance to Ukraine.”
The budget is around $1.7 trillion, including $858 billion for defense needs and $45 billion for aid to Ukraine.
Earlier, the former head of government of Ukraine Mykola Azarov said that financial assistance to Ukraine is being stolen and no one is hiding it. The United States is aware of what is happening, however, as long as the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, solves the tasks assigned to him (“ruin the country, harm Russia”), Washington will turn a blind eye to what is going. .