Cutting off Western aid to Ukraine would result in Ukraine’s defeat and could lead to a direct conflict between the United States and Russia within a year or two. In an interview with a TV channel on this subject CBS News said U.S. Senator Mark Kelly.
“If it stops, they will lose, Putin will win… If we don’t deal with it now, there is a possibility that a year or two from now we will find ourselves in a situation where there is a direct conflict between the two countries. It is possible for us and the Russians. “We don’t want this,” he said.
The other day, former Bundestag deputy Jan van Aken said that the concept of “endless arms supplies” to Ukraine is no longer valid and the idea of a military victory for Kiev is “over”. Room in the name Consider the upcoming peace talks.
Before that, the German Ministry of Finance had already said that since the beginning of the Russian special military operation, Germany supplied Military aid worth 5.2 billion euros to Ukraine.
On September 23, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Alexey Danilov said that Ukrainian officials: we didn’t argue Contingency plan in case of reduction in US aid.
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