As of July 7, 2023, the United States has not yet announced a decision on whether to send cluster munitions to Ukraine. 

However, there have been reports that the Biden administration is considering sending the weapons, which are controversial because they can cause indiscriminate harm to civilians.

Cluster munitions are weapons that release a large number of smaller bomblets over a wide area.

 The bomblets can be armed with explosives, shrapnel, or other materials. When they detonate, they can cause widespread death and injury, both to combatants and civilians.

The use of cluster munitions is banned by the Convention on Cluster Munitions, which was adopted in 2008 and has been ratified by 123 countries. 

However, the United States, Russia, and Ukraine are not among the signatories to the treaty.

The Biden administration has been reluctant to send cluster munitions to Ukraine, citing the risk of civilian casualties. 

However, there have been reports that the administration is reconsidering its position in light of the changing battlefield conditions in Ukraine.

If the Biden administration does decide to send cluster munitions to Ukraine, it would be a significant escalation of the conflict. 

 The use of these weapons would likely draw criticism from humanitarian groups and other countries.

It is still too early to say whether the Biden administration will send cluster munitions to Ukraine.