US Assistance To Ukraine Since Russian Invasion Began: Timeline
In total, the United States has committed more than $44.4 billion in security assistance to Ukraine, and $67.8 Billion in aid since the beginning of the Biden Administration.
The following is a timeline of assistance from the United States to Ukraine since the Russian invasion of the country began on February 24th, 2022.
Department of Defense - Updated: September 7th, 2023: “Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, the United States has provided $44.4 billion in security assistance, $2.9 billion in humanitarian assistance, and $20.5 billion in budget support through World Bank mechanisms. [Total of $67.8 Billion in aid].
September 22nd, 2023:
WASHINGTON - The Department of Defense has announced another $325 million in additional security assistance to Ukraine. The package includes additional AIM-9M missiles and other air defense equipment, artillery rounds, including over 3 million small arms ammunition, antitank weapons, light tactical vehicles, and other equipment.
September 7th, 2023:
WASHINGTON - The Biden Administration has announced an additional $600 million in security assistance for Ukraine, including 20 Mi-17 helicopters, 31 Abrams tanks, 45 T-72B tanks, 38 HMARS systems and ammunition, 198 155mm Howitzers, Ground-Launched small-diameter bomb launchers, a Patriot Air Defense System and munitions, NASAMS surface-to-air missile systems, and more.
September 6th, 2023:
The Department of Defense has announced $175 million in additional security assistance to Ukraine, which includes depleted uranium shells for the Abrams tanks already given to Ukraine. The package “includes additional air defense equipment; artillery munitions; anti-tank weapons, including depleted uranium rounds for previously committed Abrams tanks; and other equipment”.
August 30th, 2023:
Department of Defense: Today, the Department of Defense (DoD) announced an additional $250 million in security assistance to meet Ukraine's critical security and defense needs. This announcement is the Biden Administration's forty-fifth tranche of equipment to be provided from DoD inventories for Ukraine since August 2021.
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