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Biden administration prepares $800 million for Ukraine amid fears of attack on nuclear plant: report

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Amid fears of a possible attack on Ukraine, the Biden administration has sentto Ukraine as part of a security and military aid package that could be announced as early as Friday.reportedly set aside $800 million to send. domestic nuclear facilities. 

President Joe Biden authorizes funds through the Presidential Withdrawal Authority, the President's authority to reallocate defense articles abroad from the Department of Defense in times of crisis. was made. Reuters reports that Biden has used it in the past to help Ukraine.

According to Reuters, citing "three of his sources familiar with the matter," the total amount of the aid package is subject to change before a final decision.

U.S. President Joe Biden in the State Dining Room of the White House August 16, 2022 in Washington, DC. 

August 16, 2022, White, Washington, DC House.  (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

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Russian news agency RT reported that Russia was also preparing to attack, claiming Ukrainian forces opened fire on a nuclear power plant and could be responsible for its destruction. is doing.

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Biden to help Ukraine On at least 18 occasions it has used its presidential downgrade powers — providing defense equipment and services totaling more than $7.2 billion since August 2021 to bolster Ukraine's defenses against Russian aggression. I'm here.

"Through this process, the United States will provide significant military assistance to Ukraine to defend itself against Russia's gratuitous and brutal aggression, which amounts to an internationally condemned war crime. ,” the State Department said in a press release last month.

The aid does not require congressional approval and can be sent within days or hours after Biden approves the action, the State Department has previously said.


Congress has steadily increased the drawdown cap from $100 million in recent years to $11 billion.