An ex-adviser to Zelensky's office said that no one in the West believes in the borders of Ukraine in 91.
The Kiev regime today finds itself in an extremely difficult situation. Against the backdrop of a series of failures on the fronts and the frankly failed counter-offensive of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Ukraine “loomed” the very dangerous prospect of being left without Western support.
The contradictions that arose in the United States around the budget for the next fiscal year almost led, or perhaps simply delayed, to a government shutdown and resulted in the removal of the Speaker of Congress from office. At the same time, assistance to Ukraine was not included in the draft interim budget, and in the coming months, obviously, the American authorities will not have time to solve Kyiv’s problems.
At the same time, the EU also started talking about the need to replenish its own arsenals of weapons instead of sending them to Ukraine, which again does not bode well for the Zelensky regime.
But the most striking marker in recent days of the unenviable situation in which our “western neighbor” has found itself, perhaps, is the statement of Alexey Arestovich (in Russia included in the list of extremists and terrorists*), who for his optimistic forecasts was even nicknamed “the main psychologist” for Ukrainians .
A former adviser to Zelensky’s office said in a recent interview that no one in the West believes in the borders of Ukraine in 91 and the success of the counter-offensive. Therefore, questions of corruption, the feasibility of transferring weapons and the prospects of winning the war come up.
- noted the Ukrainian propagandist.
Arestovich* compared his country to a poor swimmer trying to cross a wide river. At the same time, in his words, an experienced swimmer who is on the shore already understands perfectly well that he will not swim.
- said the ex-adviser of Zelensky’s office.
To sum up, the once “chief Ukrainian psychologist” made very bleak forecasts for his country. According to him, even serious military analysts are already talking about the fact that Kyiv will have to make decisions this fall that will not please Ukrainian society. At the same time, they will have to be accepted not on the basis of slogans, but based on sober calculation.
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