The Senate chamber After commissioners voted on Wednesday for the military budget by 2016 financial year, which envisages military aid to Ukraine - are expected to head Obama will veto this law.
for example, from 612 billion total expenditure budget planned to allocate 300 million dollars to provide assistance to Ukraine in military and intelligence cooperation, including military weapons, ammunition, drones, anti-tank weapons and mortars. To expend these funds, and if so, in what way, have to decide jointly the Ministry of defense and the U.S. Department of state.
leader Barack Obama wants to veto the bill for reasons that have nothing to do with Ukraine. The U.S. administration opposes the bill because it increases spending on defense in General.
the Republicans, controlling both houses of Congress, there is no sufficient number of votes to cross the President's veto. So, following the presidential veto of the meeting must resume.