Congress approves temporary funding for the U.S. government

The US Congress approved a bill on temporary government funding until February 18 a bill on temporary financing of the federal government of the country until February 18, 2022. This is reported by TASS.

Thus, the Congress prevented the blocking of work that threatened the executive branch. BUT US President Joe Biden is expected to sign the document shortly. The current funding period ends on the night of December 4.

Earlier, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen called on Congress to raise or freeze the government debt limit by December 15th. She believes that after this date, there may be a risk of government shutdown (shutdown) due to lack of funds and inability to pay obligations.



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