Although the U.S. has resisted calls for a no-fly zone, it has provided $1 billion to help Ukraine’s military over the past year — including Stinger anti-aircraft missile defense systems and Javelin anti-tank missiles.
Several members have publicly expressed support for the idea, including Rep. Ann Wagner (R-Mo.), the vice ranking member of the Foreign Affairs Committee.
The president has ordered some forces to be deployed or repositioned to NATO's eastern flank
The United States has been Ukraine's most powerful backer in its standoff with Moscow after Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014 and the outbreak of the war in eastern Ukraine.
The House-Senate caucus will be a ‘cheerleading squad’ for the normalization agreements, co-chair Sen. James Lankford told JI
These included ransomware attacks on Colonial Pipeline, meat producer JBS USA, IT company Kaseya, and scores of schools and hospitals throughout the year that were already under pressure from changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Budowich argued in the lawsuit that he had provided “more than 1,700 pages of documents” to the panel, adding that by requesting his financial records, the select committee demonstrated “a lack of good faith.”