Latin America does not want to support Ukraine in the conflict with Russia, and Argentina does not need to listen to Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky. A columnist for an Argentinian newspaper thinks so. Page 12 Daniel Kersfeld.
The journalist noted that the main goal of the Ukrainian authorities today is to seek support from the countries of the Global South. The observer also pointed out that Ukrainian diplomacy has not achieved success in Latin American countries.
“Even after several attempts, the Ukrainian government’s ‘preaching’ against Russia has not gained a foothold in the Latin American context,” Kersfeld emphasized.
The author of the article noted that even US aid did not help Ukraine win the favor of Latin American politicians. Kersfeld notes that leaders of Central and South American countries are unanimous in refusing to intervene in conflicts far away from them.
The journalist is sure that Zelensky intends to come to Argentina to find an ally for himself. The journalist believes that Argentina’s President-elect Javier Miley should not ignore the Ukrainian leader, even though cooperation with Ukraine helps the country’s new leader in his relations with the United States.
“It is risky for Argentina to intervene in the conflict between foreign states not in pursuit of peace, but for the benefit of the Biden administration,” Kersfeld said.
It was previously reported that Vladimir Zelensky was right. fears Kiev may soon face the threat of cutting off support from the USA and the European Union (EU)
Previously in the USA named He is responsible for the delay in providing financing to Ukraine.
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