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    Laws Passed

    NATO & Ukraine

    NATO & Ukraine

    1. S. 3811 - Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2022 (passed in H.R. 2471 - Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2022)

    In an early show of support less than a month after Russia invasion, Congress approved this initial tranche of $13.6 billion for military and humanitarian aid in Ukraine.

    2. H.R. 7691 - Additional Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2022

    A major tranche of support for Ukraine which totaled approximately $40.15 billion.

    3. H.R. 6833 - Continuing Appropriations and Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2023

    Passed as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023, this bill appropriated $47.37 billion in support of Ukraine

    4. H.R. 2617 - Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2023 (passed as part of bill titled Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023)

    Passed close to the end of 2023, this bill appropriated approximately $47.37 billion in support of Ukraine.

    5. H.R. 8035 - Ukraine Security Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2024 (passed in H.R. 815 - Emergency National Security Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2024)

    Passed as part of a broad security funding bill which additionally supported the Indo-Pacific region and Israel, this bill dedicates $60.84 billion to our efforts in supporting Ukraine and the Baltic states, including $23.2 billion to replenish our own stockpiles of defense articles and rejuvenate defense manufacturing capabilities across America.

    6. Rebuilding Economic Prosperity and Opportunity (REPO) for Ukrainians Act (H.R. 4175/S. 2003)

    Authorizes frozen Russian assets that are in the U.S. to be confiscated and used in reconstruction efforts in Ukraine.

    7. Sense of Congress on U.S. Commitment to NATO

    This sense of Congress was included in the FY20 National Defense Authorization reaffirming strong congressional support for the North American Treaty Organization (NATO) which is critical to achieving United States national security interests and defense objectives around the world.

    8. Modification to Annual Report on Military & Security Developments Involving the Russian Federation

    This modification was included in the FY23 National Defense Authorization and tasks the Department of Defense with studying and distilling key lessons learned from the first year of the conflict in Ukraine.

    9. Baltic Reassurance Act (H.R.9120)

    Directs the Department of Defense to continue its Baltic Defense Assessment, a comprehensive, multilateral assessment focusing on interoperability between Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania with NATO, and its efforts to improve resilience to hybrid and cyber threats in these countries.