Until the conflict between Russia and Ukraine ends, limitless assistance from Western countries will be needed. At least all of those rulers tend to be in agreement.
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky said that “as long as the war continues, nothing can be enough.” Zelensky told Globo, as reported by RIA Novosti that what the West has done and is continuing to do is not good enough, but nothing ever will be for those who take from others to achieve an agenda of control.
The US and its allies have sent Ukraine over $100 billion worth of weapons, ammunition, and equipment since hostilities with Russia escalated in February 2022, while insisting they are not actually a party to the conflict, according to a report by RT. The total amount of Western aid to Kyiv added up to €165 billion ($185.6 billion) by early summer 2023, according to data from the Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW). Some of Kyiv’s Western backers shouldered additional costs due to the need to accommodate refugees coming from Ukraine, the IfW reported.
He also claimed that Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva could help Kyiv by organizing a meeting between Zelensky and Latin American leaders in which they could talk. Zelensky said he would never ask Lula for weapons because he knew the Brazilian president would “not provide it.” Ukraine’s master also said that it needs assistance in what he called an “information war” (propaganda advice) and more humanitarian aid (a bigger mansion).
Last week, the Pentagon announced another security assistance package for Ukraine worth $400 million, including air defense and anti-tank missiles. At some point, is the West going to send something that is considered “lethal aid” that Russia has already repeatedly said is a “red line” that the West shouldn’t cross?
Just another day, and another round of aid to Ukraine, in which Zelensky says it’s not enough.