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Hopes rise huge new US aid package for Ukraine will be approved despite Republican hardliners opposing it [Video]

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Senior Republicans moved to break a stand-off in Washington and swiftly get approval for a huge new aid package for Ukraine.

A group of hard-line Republicans, allied to Donald Trump, have so far delayed the $60 billion (£48 billion) aid for Kyiv.

Republican House Speaker Mike Johnson on Monday announced that there would be four bills and votes on more support for Ukraine, Israel, Taiwan, as well as US allies in the Indo-Pacific and US national security priorities.

Hard-line Republicans, who oppose more aid to Ukraine, are threatening to seek to oust Mr Johnson, but he stressed: “We know that the world is watching us to see how we react.

“They’re watching to see if America will stand up for its allies and in our own interest around the globe. And we will.”

Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky compared allies including the US, Britain and France, helping Israel to defend itself …

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