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US media: Disaster threatens US economy over military aid to Ukraine

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US researcher Daniel Davis confirmed that Washington's military

 and financial assistance to Ukraine would lead to a disaster for the US economy.

Davis revealed to the American newspaper 19Fortyfive that through its actions, the United States not only harms Ukraine's population, but also ordinary Americans.

He noted that "the support of the Ukrainian armed forces is not free

  • and the United States is under considerable economic pressure earlier".
  • The researcher warned that with high inflation, high fuel prices
  • food shortages and shrinking GDP
  • his country would face a real threat of a protracted crisis.

It is likely that against the backdrop of these events, the multibillion-dollar subsidies to the Kiev regime will only prolong the crisis and exacerbate economic problems within the United States.

US President Joe Biden announced earlier that he had asked Congress for $33 billion to support the regime in Kyiv. Most of this amount will be spent on military shipments.

Bloomberg: US wants to attract scientists and specialists from Russia

Bloomberg reported that the United States Administration was considering the possibility of removing visa restrictions for Russian experts to facilitate their entry into the country and to weaken Russia's high-technology capabilities.

U.S. President Joe Biden's administration has asked Congress to examine the possibility of removing the Proving Employment requirement for highly educated Russians who want to obtain U.S.

 work visas. The White House hopes to deny Russian leadership "experts in science, engineering and mathematics."

The Agency has verified that visa waivers are to apply to master's

and doctoral degree holders with experience in semiconductor production.

  • space technology, cybersecurity, advanced manufacturing, nuclear technology
  • artificial intelligence development, missile technology
  • and a number of other important areas.

An unnamed spokesman for the White House's National Security Council confirmed that the measures were aimed at "weakening Russia's high technology resources in the short term and undermining its long-term investment base, as well as benefiting the economy and strengthening the national security of the United States."