A $40 billion Ukraine response funding supplemental has been enacted.
The House approved the package (May 10, 2022) by a vote of 368-57. The Senate approved the package (May 19, 2022) by a vote of 86-11. President Biden signed it into law on May 21, 2022.
The funding package provides nearly $9.9 billion to the Department of Defense for Ukraine military assistance and related activities in the European theater. Another nearly $9 billion will help replenish U.S. military stocks tied to past and likely future U.S. weapon contributions, and $4.5 billion will be used for security and military assistance grants for both Ukraine and partners in the region.
About $8 billion is set aside within the bill primarily to directly support government operations of Ukraine, and up to $5.2 billion will be used for food and other disaster/humanitarian assistance for Ukraine and regional partners.
More than $1.2 billion is provided for migrant and refugee assistance within Europe as well as for costs associated processing and resettling those coming to the United States.
The following is a summary table comparing the last supplemental funding, the package proposed by the Biden Administration, and the package moving through the Congress: