Biden Goes Back To The Well For $38B In Ukraine Aid

KYIV, UKRAINE - MARCH 23: The site of a rocket explosion where a shopping mall used to be on March 23, 2022 in Kyiv, Ukraine. The rocket hit the shopping mall on March 20, 2022. As Russia's advance on Kyiv has largely stalled, the Ukrainian capital has continued to be hit by missiles and shellfire. More than three million people have fled Ukraine since Russia launched its large-scale invasion of the country on Feb. 24. (Photo by Anastasia Vlasova/Getty Images)

At a glance

  • The Biden Administration Tuesday requested another $37.7 billion in aid for Ukraine.
  • That includes: $21.7 billion in defense aid to continue providing equipment to Ukraine and to replenish depleted U.S. stockpiles; $14.5 billion for direct budget support; $626 million to provide nuclear security support; and another $900 million for healthcare and support services.

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