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US Senate allocated 158 mln dollars for making wars abroad2010-12-23 12:27
Today, US Congress Senate approved Pentagon's budget for 2011, which totaled 725 bln dollars, RIA Novosti reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
158,7 bln dollars are meant by the Congress for sponsoring US' military actions abroad - in Afghanistan and Iraq. 11,6 bln dollars will be spent on enhancing military efficiency of Afghanistan's security forces and 1,5 bln, on Iraq's security forces enforcement.
According to the document adopted, U.S. will allocate 75 million for training and equipping Yemen counterterrorist elements in 2011.
The budget also provides for 1,4% wage increase for the military and sponsorship of the medical insurance guarantees for the military's children until the age of 26.
It is reported that the document will soon be submitted to the U.S. president for signing.