Guardian: Ukraine risks losing US and EU support due to emerging problems in the West
MOSCOW, November 28 – RIA Novosti. The columnist wrote that Western countries are beginning to feel the imminent consequences of aid to Ukraine. Guardian Simon Tisdall.
According to him, Europe is approaching a “great humanitarian and migration crisis” that will challenge every member of the EU. In many European cities, people are protesting the anti-Russian sanctions. The journalist said that the negative consequences of the conflict in Ukraine have begun to affect Western countries and that Kiev is at risk of losing its support.
“But now it’s just November. The worst winter for everyone is yet to come,” he warned.
As the observer noted, the pace of arms supplies and loans to Ukraine is already slowing. The West’s weapons stocks are running out, and the supply of more modern weapons is “limited by production problems.”
According to the journalist, Western public opinion was “blind” due to the lack of specific plans to resolve the situation.
In the absence of peace talks or any improvement in the situation, conflict fatigue in Ukraine turns into apathy.
Reflecting on the US position, Simon Tisdall concluded that aid to Kiev could be cut when Republicans took seats in Congress in January.
After the start of special operations in Ukraine, the West’s increasing pressure on Moscow caused electricity, fuel and food prices to rise in Europe and the USA. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the policy of controlling and weakening Russia is a long-term strategy for the West and that the restrictions deal a serious blow to the entire global economy. According to him, the main goal of the United States and its allies is to make the lives of millions of people worse.
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