US decision on money for Ukraine. The deadline has passed

Although the House of Representatives returned to work this week after a two-week recess, the deadlock over a financial package to support Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan passed by the Senate in February has not been broken. Despite frantic calls and calls from Democrats, foreign leaders and some politicians in his own party, House Speaker Mike Johnson has signaled no immediate action on the matter. On Thursday, he announced that the House would consider “all options” and deal with them after adopting the full-year budget, ie. Probably after March 22nd.

However, Rep. Brad Sherman of California, a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is more optimistic. Ukraine will get the aid it needs, and that will happen this month. In an interview with PAP, he offered the three most – in his opinion – possible scenarios.

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