After the good news for Ukraine from the EU, there is concern about the USA: a clear signal is being sent to Putin

After the good news for Ukraine from the EU, there is concern about the USA: a clear signal is being sent to Putin
After the good news for Ukraine from the EU, there is concern about the USA: a clear signal is being sent to Putin
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It sends a signal to V. Putin

Signatory and ambassador Albinas Januška emphasized that we are currently living in a crisis like never before, and the good news is that the EVT has solved the problem of 50 billion euro. support for Ukraine.

“There are at least two crises in Ukraine – defense and elite, in America there is a crisis with support, it was like a crisis in Europe that has finally been resolved. But you have to understand that those 50 billion euros are not for weapons, but for supporting the state, that is, after a little more than 10 billion per year is important, but not as much as it should be. There is a really good thing here, but here is the statement of the five prime ministers, the most important of which is German Chancellor Scholz, who appeals to everyone, to himself and to Lithuania, that it is necessary to do something collectively to supply ammunition to Ukraine.

Here is a new crisis for the EU to solve, because if it doesn’t deliver that promised million artillery shells by spring, it won’t be good. We will live in constant tension and fear, lest some breach in the front line should occur and the Russian horde should break through these defenses. Of course, I don’t think it’s a serious danger yet, but if the support is not continued seriously, we still won’t be able to get rid of that fear,” A. Januška emphasized.

He was not optimistic about American aid to Ukraine, and, according to him, the worst thing is how Vladimir Putin will read such messages.

The article is in Lithuanian

Tags: good news Ukraine concern USA clear signal Putin

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