In the past 12 months, the US government has given more of US taxpayers’ money to Ukraine than to 40 US states, the Quincy Institute reported.
The US Quincy Institute said that “the aid provided to Ukraine has exceeded our government’s expenditures and even the full military budgets of other countries,” noting that the approval of the comprehensive spending law of $1.7 trillion gives Ukraine $45 billion in military and economic aid, making the total of that aid $113 billion right Now.
The report continued, the value of this aid exceeded the annual military budget of every country in the world, with the exception of the United States and China, and it also exceeded the value of US aid provided to any country during one year since the Vietnam War, and it also exceeded Russia’s military budget for the year 2023, which amounts to 84 billion dollars, and exceeded Its value is the value of US assistance to communities affected by droughts, hurricanes, floods, wildfires, and natural disasters.
The Quincy institute revealed that the value of this aid is almost identical to the joint basic spending of the State Department and the Department of Homeland Security combined, which is approximately $118 billion, which will be spent on medical care for all US veterans, noting that if Ukraine were a US state, it would rank 11th among Where is the amount of federal funding you receive.
The report concluded, “It’s time for Americans to have a real talk about how much American taxpayers should pay for this subsidy”.