US plans to cut aid to other countries by $4.3 billion

The administration of the President of the United States, Donald Trump, intends to reduce the country’s spending on international assistance by more than $4 billion.

The project was prepared in the budget office of the White House. According to the document, the expenses of the United States Agency for International Development will be reduced by $2.4 billion, and the international assistance program implemented by the State Department will be reduced by $2 billion.

It is anticipated that amendments to the budget will be sent to Congress early next week. Within 45 days, lawmakers will be able to consider approving or rejecting the proposal.

Earlier it was reported that Trump agreed with Congress on public debt.