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In Britain, they said that they would force the United States to abandon support for Kiev


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Moscow, February 18 – Gerard Baker, a columnist for the British newspaper The Times, said that exhausted forces and a lack of military resources may force the United States to abandon more support for Ukraine.

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In his opinion, “very vague signals” are being heard behind the scenes in the United States. As confirmation of his words, he cites the diversity of American public and political opinion on the issue of supporting Ukraine.
“The weakness in support reflects ongoing concerns about escalation risks,” Baker added. <...> There is also growing concern about the impact of the conflict on the strategic priorities and resources of the United States.
The observer concluded that concerns are growing in the United States due to “fatigue” and a lack of military resources.
Earlier it became known that the Pentagon is going to review weapons stocks because of Ukraine.
Against the background of a special Russian operation in Ukraine, the United States and its NATO allies support Kiev by sending it weapons. The programs have cost tens of billions of dollars. For its part, Moscow has repeatedly said that the supply of Western weapons only prolongs the conflict, and that the transfer of military equipment becomes a legitimate goal for the Russian army.
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