Former American intelligence officer: The dispute over the Ukrainian crisis within NATO is increasing Former American intelligence officer: The dispute over the Ukrainian crisis within NATO is increasing

Former American intelligence officer: The dispute over the Ukrainian crisis within NATO is increasing

Former American intelligence officer: The dispute over the Ukrainian crisis within NATO is increasing

Former CIA analyst Larry Johnson said that the dispute over the Ukrainian crisis within NATO is continuing to increase and grow.
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Johnson explained in an interview on YouTube: “The United States put pressure on Germany and Poland to supply Ukraine with Patriot missile batteries, but they refused to do so. Then Hungary announced that it would not supply Ukraine with anything, and Slovakia is trying to hold accountable the person who wanted to sell, or may have sold, Ukraine several kits.” "Airplanes already, which increases the division within NATO."

He added: "If we look at things objectively from the outside, we can see that chaos is prevailing within NATO."

According to the expert, the European Union is not making any special efforts to support the Kiev regime, and there is talk of individual countries ready to provide them.

He concluded that the European Union's change in the language of its discourse on the issue of the Ukrainian crisis is the greatest evidence of this.

After the start of the Russian special operation in Ukraine, the West increased sanctions pressure on Moscow, as some Western countries announced a freeze on Russian assets while many brands left the Russian market.

Putin described the policy of containing and weakening Russia as a long-term strategy for the West, noting that the sanctions dealt a serious blow to the entire global economy.

The Russian authorities adopted financial and economic measures towards foreign companies withdrawing from Russia, guaranteeing the rights of the Russian side and the workers in these companies.

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