Guardian: US to end support for Kiev in pursuit of new political interests
MOSCOW, March 19 – RIA Novosti. The Observer believes that the US will stop supporting Ukraine if new political interests emerge Guardian Randep Ramesh.
According to him, the purpose of the US invasion of Iraq was to gain dominance in the Middle East. Washington’s allies have expressed dissatisfaction with the war in this country, but the White House has taken the position that the partners are “either with us or against us.”
Moreover, the journalist stressed that the United States is ready to “part ways with its former allies in order to bombard the Middle East in a way that suits them.” This shows that for American officials, political success is superior to moral principles.
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The author noted that according to the same principle, the White House’s stance on supporting Ukraine may change. The Observer said America’s “unwavering support” for Kiev also has limits, as sending troops to Ukraine would lead to a third world war. The journalist stressed that representatives of US President Joe Biden have already talked about the plans for order in the Eastern European Plain after the conflict, and this “disturbs” Kiev, which sees demands to surrender territory to Russia in the hasty end of the conflict. .
NYT: Fatigue from supporting Kiev could lead to split in US Congress
Against the background of a Russian special operation in Ukraine, the United States and its NATO allies support Kiev with the supply of weapons, the programs cost tens of billions of dollars. For its part, Moscow has repeatedly said that the supply of Western weapons only prolongs the conflict, and arms transport has become a legitimate target for the Russian military.
The White House has announced a new military aid package to Ukraine.
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