On Sunday, the United States Senate voted in favor of a massive foreign aid package that would send tens of billions of dollars to Ukraine. However, it’s unclear whether the package will advance to the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. Out of the total 95 billion dollars, up to 60 billion dollars would go to Ukraine, with the rest shared between Israel and Taiwan.
The Senate will vote on the final approval of the package in the middle of the week, requiring a simple majority to pass. The votes were divided 67–27, making it easily arranged for approval. However, despite this, the package is unlikely to make it into law as the Republican-majority House of Representatives is unlikely to pass it. The Republican Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mike Johnson, hasn’t said if he even plans to let the package go to a House vote.
Therefore, the future of aid for Ukraine remains uncertain as it moves through Congress’s legislative process.