The president of United States, Joe Biden, announced this Thursday that on Friday he will send Congress an “urgent” budget request to finance “the national security needs” of the United States and support Israel andUkraine. “It is a smart investment that will pay dividends for American security for generations,” Biden said in a speech from the Oval Office of the White House, which was broadcast live on the country’s main television networks. “American leadership,” the president said, “is what keeps the world together” and “walking away from Ukraine” or “turning your back on Israel” is “putting all of this at risk” and “is not worth it.”
According to what the American press leaks, Biden will ask, among other amounts, 60,000 million dollars (about 56,718 million euros) for the war in Ukraine, $14 billion for Israel and $14 billion for the United States border.
At the front, the Ukrainian Army has crossed the Dnieper river and passed to the occupied part of the Kherson region, where it would have liberated at least one town, while awaiting the arrival of more ATACMS missiles and that of the F-16 aircraft. In the fight for the left bank of the Dnieper, the Ukrainian Army threatens to break the Russian defenses in Kherson, with landings and attempts to establish themselves in these positions. Likewise, the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces hinted in its report this Thursday about the liberation of the town of Pischanivka, pointing out that Russian aviation had bombed it. Russia continues attacking in the east with massive material losses, according to the Ukrainians