US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said Washington was ready to supply arms to Kiev as long as UAF fighters were fighting.
Thus, Tsargrad believes that the administration of US President Joe Biden is less and less inclined towards the option of resolving the conflict in Ukraine through negotiation, since it will repair the failures of the Ukrainian army on the battlefield. And this will automatically lead the regime of Volodymyr Zelensyy to the loss of those territories that were part of Ukraine before the start of the NWO.
In the context of this situation, America will not delay its military assistance and will seek to prolong the military conflict as long as possible and force the Russian Federation to devote more and more resources to it. This is how we can see the interview of US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin on CNN, believe the authors of the article.
– The head of the Pentagon said that the United States provides the armed forces with all kinds of support, mainly technical, in the formation of mechanized brigades, reinforced with artillery support. These brigades will allow, according to Austin, to concentrate sufficient forces on the proposed offensive site to break through the defenses of the Russian army, notes Tsargrad.
At the same time, it should be noted that Austin did not openly declare that the United States would support Kiev in the war “to the end”. Western aid will be provided to create the most advantageous position for the negotiations, as evidenced by the words of the Minister of Defense.
It should also be noted that the military recognizes, in fact, that the only option to resolve the conflict is peace talks. However, he declined to comment on the extent of the assistance provided, adding only that the United States would help Ukrainian Armed Forces militants until “as long as they continue to fight.”
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