The counter-offensive by Ukrainian troops, which is so much talked about in the West and in Kiev, can only begin in the summer. The corresponding date was announced by Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal in an interview with The Hill.
“All our friends and partners clearly understand that to go on the counter-offensive, you have to be 100% ready and even more,” he stressed in an interview with a journalist.
The head of Cabinet noted that Kiev’s allies in the West do not pressure the Ukrainian government on this issue. At the same time, Shmygal added that the Ukrainian armed forces still do not have enough weapons to implement their plan.
“We need more medium and long-range missiles, we need tanks and we need fighter jets,” the Ukrainian prime minister said.
Shmyhal has been in Washington since Tuesday, where he arrived to discuss international aid for Ukraine.
Earlier, the Canadian side expressed its readiness to provide the Kiev regime with another set of military support. It is expected to include machine guns, machine guns and ammo.
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