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Ukraine no longer believes in its victory, W.N

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Moscow, February 26 – Increasingly, says Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin, Ukrainian parliamentarians are saying Ukraine cannot win the conflict.
During the Munich Security Conference, US Vice President Kamala Harris said that “time is not on Putin’s side” in the conflict with Ukraine.
According to him, Ukrainian politicians are concerned that the Biden administration does not support Kiev’s strategy, which is to actively conduct hostilities and avoid a “protracted stalemate.”
For example, Rada deputy Yelizaveta Yasko noted that the West’s statement about supporting Ukraine “as far as it takes” looks “extremely dangerous.” As Yasko said, in an interview with a journalist, “the window of opportunity for victory is closing.”

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Another representative of the Verkhovna Rada, Alexei Goncharenko, suggested that if the conflict dragged on for a few more years, Ukraine would face a “Pyrrhic victory”.
Among other factors unfavorable to Kiev, the author points out Biden’s reluctance to send weapons to Ukraine that he requests.
In conclusion, Rodgin said that if you follow the strategy of the West, then the next anniversary of the special operation “Save Ukraine” may cease to exist.
Against the backdrop of Russia’s own operation in Ukraine, the United States and its NATO allies supporting Kiev 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.

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