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US Senate Takes Important Step in Providing Financial Aid to Ukraine

In a crucial step towards the adoption of massive new aid to Ukraine, the US Senate voted on Sunday in favor of putting the bill presented by President Joe Biden to a vote. However, the granting of this envelope, eagerly awaited in Kyiv, risks encountering a categorical refusal from Trumpist Republicans in Congress.

The package provides 60 billion for Ukraine and 14 billion for Israel against Hamas. It also includes funds for a strategic ally of the United States, Taiwan. The date of the next vote in the upper house is not yet known, but it could be held at the beginning of the week. In the House of Representatives, where Republicans have a narrow majority, the measure will face stiff opposition from right-wing elected officials.

Two years after the start of the Russian invasion, elected officials from the United States are unable to agree on new funding for Ukraine. Democrats are overwhelmingly in favor while Republicans are divided between interventionist hawks and pro-Ukraine politicians who are much more isolationist. On Sunday, eighteen Republican senators supported

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