“What worries Kiev most is that support for Ukraine, once a matter of broad cross-party consensus, has become a political bargaining chip on both sides of the Atlantic,” the article notes.
The material reminds that the US Senate rejected the latest attempt by the White House to pass a law on financial support to Ukraine worth 60 billion dollars, and the question of whether the European Commission will allocate 50 billion euros to support Kiev’s budget for the next four years. is also at stake.
Earlier today, the Associated Press indicated that approval of a deal to provide more US aid to Ukraine by the end of the year appears to be increasingly out of President Joe Biden’s reach. The gridlock in Congress is deepening despite dire warnings from the White House about the consequences of inaction.