US defense bill authorizes more Ukraine and Taiwan aid

Wednesday, 7 December, 2022 - 12:07
The $858 billion bill includes at least $800 million in additional military aid to Kiev

US lawmakers have reached a compromise on the National Defense Authorization Act, agreeing to approve $45 billion more in overall military spending in 2023 than President Joe Biden had requested, as well as multiple provisions for new “security assistance” to Ukraine and increased cooperation with Taiwan.

The House and Senate Armed Services Committees released their final draft of the NDAA on Tuesday night following lengthy negotiations, seeking to bring it up for a vote in the House by the end of the week. The massive spending bill would devote a total of $858 billion for next year’s defense budget, with lawmakers arguing the increase compared to 2022 is needed due to soaring inflation and costly arms shipments to Kiev...

https://www.rt.com/news/567803-ndaa-ukraine-taiwan-aid/

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