On Friday morning, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) of the Biden administration issued a request for an emergency supplemental funding package to Congress, asking for money to help Israel, Ukraine, and bolster security at the southern border.

Director of OMB Shalanda Young wrote to Congress, saying, “Over the coming weeks, the Administration looks forward to continued engagement with members of both parties to reach a comprehensive, bipartisan agreement to fund the Government and invest in critical national priorities.” “As part of that process, the Congress has an opportunity and obligation to advance our national security by addressing critical needs that should earn Bipartisan support.”

A total of $105 billion is what the administration is requesting, according to people with knowledge.

$61.4 billion for Ukraine and $14.3 billion are included in the funding plan. for Israel (of which $10.6 billion is earmarked for military assistance), $13.6 billion for border security (including fentanyl-blocking measures), and large expenditures in Indo-Pacific security support, amounting to approximately $7.4 billion. $9 billion has also been set aside for humanitarian relief in Gaza, Israel, and the Ukraine.

Aid for Israel in reaction to Hamas terrorist acts, support for Ukraine against Russia’s invasion, and funding for 1,300 additional border security officers to halt the influx of fentanyl and 1,600 additional asylum officers to expedite the asylum processing process are also included in the proposal.

Israeli funds will be used to improve Iron Dome and other air and missile defence systems as well as the Iron Beam, a high energy laser weapon for air defence.

Additionally, money are requested for “investigative capabilities to prevent cartels from trafficking fentanyl into the United States” and “state-of-the-art” detection technologies at the Southwest border.

Aid for Israel in reaction to Hamas terrorist acts, support for Ukraine against Russia’s invasion, and funding for 1,300 additional border security officers to halt the influx of fentanyl and 1,600 additional asylum officers to expedite the asylum processing process are also included in the proposal.

Israeli funds will be used to improve Iron Dome and other air and missile defence systems as well as the Iron Beam, a high energy laser weapon for air defence.

Additionally, money are requested for “investigative capabilities to prevent cartels from trafficking fentanyl into the United States” and “state-of-the-art” detection technologies at the Southwest border.

Aid for Palestinian refugees in the West Bank and other territories, as well as humanitarian help for defenceless civilians in Gaza and support for Israeli forces, are also described.

During a press conference on Friday morning, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan stated, “At the same time, we are also requesting support to provide lifesaving humanitarian assistance for civilians impacted by the war in Gaza, who have nothing to do with Hamas and are suffering greatly as well.” “This budget request will also help the administration enhance embassy security in Israel and for neighbouring embassies as we stay vigilant against threats to our personnel who serve our country every day overseas.”

According to the letter, the United States has assembled a coalition of more than 50 nations offering assistance.

to Ukraine, and that money would never run out for the country in Eastern Europe. It was not included in the previous temporary budget agreement that Congress approved in September.

According to the request, funding for Ukraine would go towards ground forces, weapons, air defence systems, and other vital resources that have been essential to Ukraine’s victories. The ongoing support will include expanded U.S. troop presence in Europe, investments in defence companies, military, intelligence, and defence assistance, as well as transportation costs.

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