US congressional committee approves increase in security assistance to Ukraine



The United States House of Representatives Rules Committee has approved changes to the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2022, the Voice of America reported.

According to report, the proposals include sanctions against Nord Stream 2, the use of titanium from Ukraine instead of the resources from China and Russia on which the United States now depends, and new sanctions against Russia and the Russian oligarchs, the senior officials and the media.

In addition, the bill provides $ 300 million in security assistance to Ukraine and proposes to increase the US military presence on NATO’s eastern flank – in Poland, Romania and the Baltic states. .

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Approval of the changes means that they have been added to the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2022.

The NDAA is now expected to be approved by the United States House of Representatives. Final approval requires the NDAA with the same content to be passed by the Senate. The law will come into force after being signed by the President of the United States.

Earlier reports indicated that the US Congress was discussing an increase in military aid to Ukraine to $ 300 million.



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