Wednesday, December 7, 2022

US lawmakers authorize $800 million more for Ukraine in defense bill

US lawmakers agreed to provide Ukraine at least $800 million in additional security assistance next year and to boost Taiwan with billions in aid over the next several years, according to a summary of an $858 billion defense policy bill unveiled on Tuesday. 

The draft also "allows for the replenishment of stocks of comparable ally and partner equipment provided to Ukraine" and "lays out a roadmap to build on the comprehensive Ukraine accountability and end-use monitoring strategies."

Earlier, the Congress established a commission from members of both parliamentary chambers to reconcile varying draft NDAA versions, prepared by the House of Representatives and the Senate.

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