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The Senate of the US Congress approved the continuation of funding for Ukraine until December 16

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The Senate of the US Congress passed a bill to continue funding the US government until December 16, 2022, including the allocation of $12.4 billion in additional assistance to Ukraine.

According to RIA Novosti, the initiative was supported by more than 60 legislators, which is enough for its approval.

The bill, which includes temporary funding for government programs, must be approved by Congress before the end of the current business week. Otherwise, a shutdown will occur – a number of federal departments will be forced to suspend their work from Monday.

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Following the vote in the Senate, the document will go to the US House of Representatives for consideration. If the document is approved by both houses of Congress, it will be signed by Chief of Staff Joe Biden.

The bill aims to allocate $12.4 billion in aid to Ukraine, which includes economic support to keep the Ukrainian government running, funds for military assistance, US military missions in Europe, and so on.

Source: Rosbalt

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