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The Brandon White House on Friday asked Congress for $6.4 billion in aid for the Ukraine crisis after Russian military forces invaded the country.

According to Reuters, $2.9 billion will go toward security and humanitarian aid and $3.5 billion would be for the Pentagon.

The $6.4 billion in aid would be in addition to the over $700 million in assistance the United States has provided Ukraine in the last year.

Reuters reported:

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The White House asked Congress on Friday to approve $6.4 billion in aid to address the humanitarian and security crisis in Ukraine after Russia invaded the country this week, Brandon administration and congressional aides said.

“In a recent conversation with lawmakers, the administration identified the need for additional U.S. humanitarian, security, and economic assistance to Ukraine and Central European partners due to Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified invasion,” an official from the White House Office of Management and Budget said.

The request included $2.9 billion in security and humanitarian assistance and $3.5 billion for the Department of Defense.

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