Bipartisan US Congressional Delegation Visits Kyiv

by Roman Cheplyk
Friday, February 9, 2024
Bipartisan US Congressional Delegation Visits Kyiv

A bipartisan delegation from the U.S. Congress, led by Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Turner, arrived in Kyiv on Friday, February 9

The delegation includes members French Hill, Jason Crowe, Abigail Spanberger, and Zach Nunn, as reported by the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, Bridget Brink. The specifics of the delegation's agenda in Kyiv have not been disclosed.

This visit comes amidst discussions in the U.S. regarding additional funding, which includes support for Ukraine, Israel, and U.S. southern border enhancements. President Joe Biden recently criticized former President Donald Trump for undermining border policy agreements, which were tied to the funding package for Ukraine and Israel. The U.S. Senate's failure to pass a bill enhancing migration policy and providing additional funds for Ukraine and Israel prompted sharp criticism from President Biden. However, the Senate has since taken a procedural step towards further consideration of the aid bill for Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan, setting the stage for upcoming debates and potential House of Representatives voting.

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