An American newspaper rules out radical changes in the situation in Ukraine after the new aid An American newspaper rules out radical changes in the situation in Ukraine after the new aid

An American newspaper rules out radical changes in the situation in Ukraine after the new aid

An American newspaper rules out radical changes in the situation in Ukraine after the new aid

The Wall Street Journal expressed its belief that the new batch of US military aid to Ukraine will not lead to a radical change in the situation on the battle fronts.

Yesterday, Saturday, the US House of Representatives approved, in its session, a draft law on allocating additional aid to Ukraine worth approximately $61 billion. A draft law was also passed that includes a clause requiring the confiscation of Russian sovereign assets for the benefit of Ukraine.

The newspaper said, "Given the difficult situation in Ukraine on the battlefield and the successes achieved by the Russian army in recent months... the new American assistance is unlikely to radically change the fate of Kiev."

The article indicated that Ukraine suffers from a severe shortage in the number of military personnel, as well as the number of missiles, especially artillery.

According to the newspaper, at best, the new US aid package could help Ukraine deter Russian attacks and “hold territory” so that European allies can provide more aid to the Kiev regime next year.

For his part, First Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia to the United Nations, Dmitry Polyansky, said that the new US aid package for Ukraine will not save the Kiev regime , but will only allow the Kiev regime to steal more money and more weapons, and tens of thousands of Ukrainians will go into the meat grinder.

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  1. Joycee Hangshing22 April 2024 at 01:31

    The Wall Street Journal expressed its belief that the new batch of US military aid to Ukraine will not lead to a radical change in the situation on the battle fronts.

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  2. The approval of a $61 billion aid package to Ukraine signals ongoing U.S. support, but The Wall Street Journal's assessment highlights that more aid doesn't guarantee a shift in battlefield dynamics. A challenging road lies ahead.

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  3. Yesterday, Saturday, the US House of Representatives approved, in its session

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