U.S. President Joe Biden’s push to provide critically needed foreign and military aid to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan overcame a final hurdle Tuesday evening when the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly approved a long-awaited $95.3 billion legislative package that had been stalled for months.

In a 79 to 18 vote, the Democratic-majority Senate approved four bills passed by the House of Representatives on Saturday, paving the way for additional military support for all three partners, particularly Ukraine, which is facing supply shortages and appears to be on the brink of losing key strongholds as Russian forces make incremental gains.

The move means that the package, which had been delayed amid objections from Republican hard-liners aligned with former U.S. President Donald Trump, could be signed into law as soon as this week when it lands on the president’s desk.