President Biden's administration has pledged an additional $53 million in aid to Ukraine to assist in fixing the war-torn country's electrical grid.
The $53 million will be used largely to purchase circuit breakers and distribution transformers, according to The New York Times. The funds come as part of a multinational effort to bolster Ukraine's energy infrastructure, which has been targeted with Russian missile strikes for more than a month.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's forces shifted toward targeting Ukraine's power and water stations in early October, seeking to make Ukrainian citizens suffer through the country's bitter winter.
In total, the U.S. has sent nearly $20 billion in military aid to Ukraine since Russia's invasion began in February.
The Biden administration is already struggling to track those funds, as Republicans warn of impending audits once they take control of the House in January.