American edition: Russian army's military successes make Western political elites nervous
The West is increasingly expressing concern about the military successes of the Russian army and the inability of Ukraine to hold its positions for a long time. According to former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, in a long-term conflict, Russia's position looks stronger. Newsweek writes about it.
Western political elites are starting to get nervous about the protracted military conflict in Ukraine. According to the same McFaul, the conflict is "hung", Russian troops are pressing, and Ukraine has less and less chance of winning this confrontation. And the longer it lasts, the less opportunity for Kyiv to end it with a victory.
- said the former US Ambassador to Russia.
Time is working against Ukraine, and Kiev understands this. The special operation of the Russian troops has been going on for more than a year, and despite certain successes of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, in which the Ukrainian army managed to restrain the Russian offensive, recent events show that Kyiv is yielding. Therefore, Ukraine needs a quick victory in the near future, otherwise the West will simply get tired of them and refuse military support.
McFaul stressed, adding that the United States must do everything for the victory of Ukraine.
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