US State Department: We will continue to support Ukraine, but not at the level of 2022 and 2023 US State Department: We will continue to support Ukraine, but not at the level of 2022 and 2023

US State Department: We will continue to support Ukraine, but not at the level of 2022 and 2023

US State Department: We will continue to support Ukraine, but not at the level of 2022 and 2023

US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said on Thursday that the United States will continue to provide military support to Ukraine, but not at the level of 2022-2023.

US State Department: We will continue to support Ukraine, but not at the level of 2022 and 2023White House: The United States no longer has money to support Ukraine

“We will continue to support Ukraine for as long as necessary, but that does not mean that we will continue to support them with the same level of military funding that we provided them in 2022 and 2023,” Miller said.

According to him, financing of Kiev from the United States and its allies will not be necessary in the future, because the West's goal is for Ukraine to be able to supply itself with everything, including weapons.

“But we have not achieved this [result] yet, so it is important that the US Congress passes a bill on additional financing [for Ukraine],” Miller explained.

John Kirby, coordinator of strategic communications at the US National Security Council, said on Thursday that Washington no longer has sufficient funds to continue supporting Ukraine , and that new aid requires congressional approval.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken had  stated at the end of 2023 that the United States would provide an additional $250 million to arm Kiev, calling on Congress to act as soon as possible.

The head of the Ukrainian "Batkivshina" party, Yulia Tymoshenko, also called on President Vladimir Zelensky to  find an alternative plan to get out of the crisis that Ukraine is going through  due to the decrease in military aid from the West.
 

Elon Musk accuses the Biden administration of encouraging illegal immigration

Elon Musk accuses the Biden administration of encouraging illegal immigration

On Thursday, American businessman Elon Musk accused President Joe Biden's administration of encouraging illegal immigration, noting that "the numbers speak for themselves."

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Earlier, Fox News, citing sources at the US Customs and Border Protection, reported that the number of illegal immigrants who entered the United States from Mexico in December 2023 exceeded 302,000 people, setting an absolute historical record.

“Right now, there is no doubt that this administration (the Biden administration) is actively promoting illegal immigration. The numbers speak for themselves,” Musk wrote on the social media network “X”.

The businessman's tweet came in response to the publication of statistical data on illegal immigration during the era of Obama, Trump, and the current US President Biden, as the indicators were the worst under the latter's administration.

At the end of September last year, Musk visited the city of Eagle Pass, Texas, to show the public the immigration crisis. The businessman then noted that, as an immigrant, he takes a “very pro-immigrant position,” but at the same time he called for stopping the flow of illegal immigrants that It leads to the “collapse of social security systems.”

Disagreements over immigration have been the main reason behind Congress' failure so far to approve the White House's request for aid to Ukraine and Israel, and the Republican opposition insists that Biden's approach leaves the border "open."

Earlier, Texas Governor Greg Abbott accused President Joe Biden's administration of exacerbating the situation around illegal immigration.

Abbott wrote on his page on “X”: “Instead of protecting our nation, Joe Biden is opening doors at our southern border. This is a complete administrative failure on the part of the federal government.”

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement is working to send additional personnel to protect the border and deal with the huge increase in the number of migrants across the southern border, and the deployment of additional personnel comes amid a historic migrant crisis at the border. Fox reported that last December, 200,000 immigrants were arrested at the border.
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