The Pentagon is sounding the alarm on Ukraine as U.S. funds for security assistance have finally run out.
The United States is now calling on its allies to fill in the gap while the White House tries to come up with a deal with Congress. The Biden administration says the lack of funding has put Ukraine in a difficult position.
Earlier today, NATO announced a new $1.2 billion contract to send more ammunition to Ukraine. Back at home, President Joe Biden is asking for a $110 billion aid package for Ukraine and Israel, which remains stalled as House Republicans demand better security at the Southern Border.
The U.S. has given Ukraine over $44 billion in security assistance since the war began.