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U.S. Announces What Could Be Final Military Aid Package To Ukraine

via NBC News
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The U.S. has announced a military aid package for Ukraine worth up to $250 million, which includes various weapons and equipment.

However, there is a shortfall in replenishing U.S. military stocks due to lack of funding, potentially affecting American military readiness.

President Joe Biden is urging Congress to pass a $110 billion aid package for Ukraine and other security needs. (Trending: Democrat Targets U.S. Troops With New Gun Control Law)

Marine Lt. Col. Garron Garn, a Pentagon spokesman said, “Without the supplemental funding, there will be a shortfall in replenishing U.S. military stocks, affecting American military readiness.”

Air Force Maj. Gen. Pat Ryder said, “Once those funds are obligated, we will have exhausted the funding available for us to provide security assistance to Ukraine.”

“We would, again, continue to urge the passage of the supplemental that we’ve submitted. … It is imperative that we have the funds needed to ensure that they get the most urgent battlefield capabilities that they require,” continued the Pentagon’s press Secretary.

The aid comes amid ongoing conflict in Ukraine, with both sides experiencing difficulties in making progress along the front lines.

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