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Britain and Poland appeal to the US Congress to approve vital aid for Ukraine

Associated Press

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The foreign ministers of Britain and Poland have appealed to the U.S. Congress and personally to the speaker of the House of Representatives to take an “epoch-making” decision and approve $60 billion in aid for Ukraine. They say it’s a matter of U.S. credibility among its allies. The package is urgently needed but has been held up by infighting in Congress. It was recently approved by the Senate but faces a deep uncertainty in the House, where hard-line Republicans oppose it. Britain’s David Cameron and Poland’s Radek Sikorski appealed on Thursday to the House to approve it and confirm the “political will” to overcome Russia’s aggression and protect peace in Europe.

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