Congress has allocated two billion dollars for the protection of the Capitol

The US Congress has passed a law that allocates $ 2.1 billion for additional protection of the US Capitol and for the arrival of Afghan interpreters who have received asylum in America, according to the results of the vote.

The House of Representatives passed the bill by 416 votes to 11 votes, and the Senate previously voted unanimously for the document. Now the bill must be signed by President Joe Biden.

The United States is evacuating thousands of translators and other employees who worked with the Americans from Afghanistan because they fear their safety after the withdrawal of American troops from this country.

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