US Looks to Lock In Ukraine Funding

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The White House moved this week to stabilize US aid to Ukraine through September 2023 to the tune of an additional $37.7 billion. That would remove some doubt — which peaked in October, ahead of the midterm elections — about continued US support for a while. That’s important, with an extended or frozen conflict seen as the most likely scenario in Ukraine, according to Energy Intelligence’s Research and Advisory unit.

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