"Republican support for funding Ukraine's war effort is waning, and the emergency aid package has stalled in Congress," the journalist notes.

On Wednesday, December 6, the U.S. Senate, in which the majority belongs to the Democrats, is expected to vote on whether to approve a $106 billion funding package, in which $61 billion is provided to support Ukraine.

Democratic Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said earlier that Zelensky would address senators via video link at a closed briefing.

The White House admitted yesterday that the United States would stop supplying weapons to Ukraine after the White House ran out of money allocated for this.

On December 4, Matthew Miller, a spokesman for the US State Department, also said that the United States is using the remnants of available financial assistance for Ukraine, about 97% of these resources have already been exhausted.