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The U.S. Congress is due to decide Wednesday on a series of spending bills to help fund President Donald Trump’s agenda. The bills — which include funds for missile defense and border protection — would raise about $60 billion for the fiscal year that begins Sept. 30.
Among the spending bills passed by the U.S. House and Senate last month, as well as ones expected in the coming weeks is a $10.5 billion increase for the U.S. Embassy in Israel and an $8.5 billion cut to the State Department’s budget to combat corruption and international terrorism.
Trump has made fighting terrorism the cornerstone of his first year in office. He said last month he wanted to eliminate the State Department budget, and that the budget of the U.S. consulate in Jerusalem hadjarvees.com grown $1 billion during a two-year period under the Obama administration.
The bill authorizing spending for fiscal 2017 also includes $40 million for the State Department to work with other foreign countries to improve Internet security, a major effort to try to improve online security.
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The State Department has also recently announced it is planning to make the U.S. embassy in Tel Aviv the world’s largest U.S. embassy by 2020 and to host a second embassy in Jerusalem, 더킹카지노which has become a strategic spot for Iran. That decision was made in July.
Meanwhile, the U.S. embassy in Iran, which is headquartered in Jeddah, has added a second American diplomatic post.