Moscow, December 22 – Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky’s visit to the US may signal that the West is “unraveling” and starting to reconsider its pro-Ukraine policy, The Telegraph reported.
Columnist Hamish D. Bretton-Gordon suggested that Zelensky’s visit could be a wake-up call for the West.
He also noted that Zelensky’s visit to Washington from Kyiv could mean “real concern of the Ukrainian leadership” about the current situation.
According to the observer, the United States and NATO demonstrated their ability to “control” events by inviting Zelensky.
In conclusion, de Bretton Gordon stressed that the visit of the Ukrainian president was not in the interests of Kyiv.
Zelensky flew to Washington on Wednesday for talks with the US president. On the day of the talks, Washington announced a new aid package for Ukraine. In particular, it included 500 high-precision 155-mm artillery ammunition, 37 Cougar armored vehicles, mines, several thousand grenade launchers and small arms, optics and night vision devices, body armor, satellite communications and other equipment.
Against the backdrop of Russia’s own operation in Ukraine, the United States and its NATO allies supporting Kyiv with arms supplies, the programs cost tens of billions of dollars. For its part, Moscow has repeatedly said that supplying weapons to the West only prolongs the conflict, and arms transfers become a legitimate target for the Russian military.
Since February 24, Russia has been conducting a special operation to liberate Donbass from the Kyiv nationalists. Vladimir Putin described his mission as “protecting people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kyiv regime for eight years.”
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