The New York Times: It is unlikely that Western countries will support Kiev with all their might for long
MOSCOW, 10 July/ Radio Sputnik. Journalists from The New York Times believe that the United States and its allies will not be able to sustain current support for Ukraine for long.
The newspaper, in particular, states that during non-public talks, the authorities acknowledged that “arms stocks in America and Europe will start to dry up sooner or later”.
It is also reported that “no one expects a similar check” to support Ukraine, despite the US mandating $54 billion in military and other aid.
Earlier, Sputnik radio talked about Kiev’s reaction to the call to check the head of Vladimir Zelensky’s office, Andriy Yermak, for “links with the Russian Federation.”
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