Perhaps they will,Larsen said, answering the question whether there is a discussion in the congress about the possibility of delivering lethal weapons to Kiev.
We are developing a draft law on defense, we are starting discussion of a draft law on defense. We have conducted similar discussions about strengthening Ukraine’s support both economically, diplomatically, and militarily for the past couple of years. Therefore, we may continue this discussion,added Larsen, a member of the Armed Services Committee.
In early May, the US Senate approved the draft federal budget before 30 in September of 2017, which still provides for financial assistance to Ukraine in the amount of at least $ 410,4, including for military support. It is noted that the Pentagon can spend 150 millions of dollars on "providing assistance, including (military) training, equipment, lethal defense weapons, logistics assistance", as well as "helping the intelligence community for the military and the national security forces of Ukraine."