A sum of U.S. aid to Israel in 2010 2.775 Billion Dollars Later
Thursday, 17/12/2009 13:43 pm | email | print
According to economic sources said that the United States would increase its aid to Israel during 2010.
Hebrew-language newspaper Economic Globe reported that the U.S. has ratified its annual aid to Israel in 2010 which totals 2775 billion dollar increase from the previous year 2009 which amounted to “only” 225 million dollars.
Globe shows a failure of the republican party which seeks to reduce U.S. aid to Israel, but the result instead there was a significant increase over the aid.
Globe newspaper stated that the final version of the volume of U.S. aid to Israel will be realized in the coming days, after President Obama make final confirmation would take effect immediately.
Hebrew-language newspaper also noted that increased U.S. aid to Israel is in order to respond to the memorandum of understanding that was signed earlier by the Israeli government with former U.S. president George W Bush that will improve the delivery of aid each year. And total aid to be received from Washington, Tel Aviv by 3.1 billion dollars by 2013.
In return for a peace agreement with Tel Aviv, Globe newspaper claimed the information they can that Egypt and Jordan also will be sprayed from U.S. aid.
To Egypt in 2010 will receive grants amounting to 1.3 billion dollars, while Jordan would get help for 540 million dollars. (Fq / IMO)