The US Department of Defense has published statement About military aid to Ukraine during the reign of US President Joe Biden.
According to the document, since the American leader took office, his administration has allocated $6.3 billion in military aid to Kiev and $5.6 billion since the beginning of the Russian special operation in Ukraine.
This support includes more than 1,400 Stinger MANPADS, more than 6,500 Javelin ATGMs and 20,000 other types of anti-tank systems, as well as more than 700 Switchblade drones, 126 155-mm howitzers and 260,000 shells. 17 helicopters, 200 M113 armored personnel carriers and other types of weapons listed by the department.
In addition, the Pentagon recalled its decision, announced on June 15, to allocate an additional $1 billion in military aid package from the United States to Ukraine, which is the twelfth consecutive year since August 2021.
The United States also continues to work with its allies and partners to detect Ukraine and provide additional self-defense capabilities.
Formerly U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee approved the military budget For 2023, $800 million is planned for the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative. In addition to direct assistance to Ukraine, the law provides for the allocation of $ 2.7 billion for the production of Stinger man-portable anti-aircraft systems and Javelin anti-tank missile systems, which the USA actively supplies to Ukraine.