By ALAN FRAM, ZEKE MILLER and AAMER MADHANI
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden wants Congress to provide $33 billion to bolster Ukraine’s fight against Russia. The request came Thursday and signals a long-haul American commitment as Moscow’s invasion and the international tensions it has inflamed show no signs of receding. The measure is more than double the size of the $13.6 billion Ukraine aid package Congress enacted last month. The new request includes $20 billion in defense spending for Ukraine and regional U.S. allies. There’s $8.5 billion to keep Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s government providing services and paying salaries. And $3 billion in global food and humanitarian programs.