The Senate majority accuses Republicans of holding Ukraine aid hostage over their demands to change border policy.
In the US Senate, Republican leader Mitch McConnell said he would advocate for his party to vote against more aid to Ukraine and Israel. ABC News writes about this.
The politician insists that assistance must be linked to improving border security.
“We won’t get it”: the US Senate will fail the vote for an aid package to Ukraine, – people’s deputy
Thus, the White House warned Congress that aid to Ukraine was running out and noted the urgent need to approve assistance to Ukraine in its war with Russia. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday he will advocate for Republican senators to vote against more aid to Ukraine and Israel “to emphasize, hopefully for the last time, that we are pushing for significant border changes.”
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer accused Republicans of holding Ukraine aid hostage over their demands to change border policy.
US congressmen are demanding that the issue of allocating aid to Ukraine and strengthening the border with Mexico be considered together, as they see this as an opportunity to put pressure on the Joe Biden Administration for greater attention to the migration crisis.
Earlier it was reported that the Administration of US President Joe Biden warned that funds allocated to help Ukraine would run out before the end of 2023.