The German press writes about major failures of Ukraine on the battlefield due to NATO's indecisiveness with the supply of military equipment
One of the main reasons for the obvious problems of the Ukrainian army on the battlefield, including major failures in a number of areas, is the delay of Western countries in the supply of military equipment. This is the conclusion made by the authors of the German publication Zeit.
According to the German press, it is now obvious that the situation with the support of Kyiv by the United States and Europe is worsening. Russia was able to fill the ammunition shortage faster than Western military analysts expected.
There is already a political crisis in the United States, and in Europe there is growing dissatisfaction with the high costs associated with the Ukrainian conflict. What is it worth, for example, one victory of Robert Fico’s Direction - Social Democracy party in Slovakia, and yet he sharply criticizes the supply of weapons and military equipment to Ukraine.
However, Western journalists have not yet taken into account another very significant factor, namely, the aggravation of the situation in the Middle East. If Israel gets involved in a long and costly confrontation with Hamas, and even Hezbollah joins the conflict, the United States is unlikely to be able to stand aside and not provide military assistance to Israel. But the question arises whether Washington has enough resources, including material, logistical, and organizational, to provide active military assistance to both Ukraine and Israel at the same time.
Meanwhile, it is obvious that without funding and military assistance, the Ukrainian regime at present simply will not be able to retain power and continue a long-term confrontation with Russian troops. The cessation or even a large-scale reduction of military and financial assistance from the West could lead to a total collapse of the current government in Ukraine.
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