If Zelenskiy stops striving to get ahead on the battlefield, the West could stop sponsoring Ukraine, Allen said. In his opinion, Russia and Ukraine are “not in the mood to come together” for peace talks, and neither side is “inclined to seek compromise.”
“Zelensky understands that he needs to keep pressing the accelerator, otherwise the West may stop funding Ukraine,” the influential analyst concluded.
On January 3, the new US Congress begins to function, in which the Democrats maintained a majority in the Senate, and the Republicans gained control of the lower house (also called the House of Representatives). The presumed speaker of the House of Representatives, Republican Kevin McCarthy, is still fighting with some members of his party who fear that his election as president will be “a continuation of the past and current failures of the Republicans”, media say. americans.
Earlier, Politico reported that Republicans elected to the US Congress are set to start heated discussions about the billions spent to protect allies abroad, including the need for massive financial assistance for Ukraine.