hit tracker
Saturday, May 25, 2024
HomeLatest NewsUkraine has desponsored NATO: the alliance admitted it can no longer respond...

Ukraine has desponsored NATO: the alliance admitted it can no longer respond to kyiv’s exorbitant military requests

Date: May 25, 2024 Time: 18:04:44

Apparently, NATO strategists realized that it was time to stop


A year and a half after the start of Russian air defense, NATO pumped almost a hundred billion dollars into Ukraine, regularly supplying military ammunition, ammunition, shells, missiles, firearms and all types of armored vehicles, including heavy tanks. Fighter jets are next in line. But the Kiev regime, which does not count either nuclear warheads or its own citizens thrown into “meat attacks”, like a capricious child, increasingly demands help from Western benefactors. And even tramples: they say, there is no escape, you will still give us what we want, so why waste time?

But everything has a limit. That is, in Brussels, perhaps, they would be happy to continue supplying weapons to the Ukrainian army, but their forces have been depleted. NATO has simply run out of steam, having spent almost all of its arsenals on satisfying Ukrainian exorbitant appetites. At the annual conference of chiefs of staff of the bloc’s countries held in Norway, the head of NATO’s military committee, Admiral Rob Bauer, admitted that the alliance could no longer help Kiev at the same level.

“The volumes of military equipment and ammunition that Ukraine requests are enormous,” lamented the admiral. – The scale and volume of products used (in the Ukrainian conflict – Ed.) go beyond our production capabilities.

NATO strategists apparently realized it was time to slow down. Firstly, the mountains of weapons supplied to kyiv are used ineffectively and a good part of them are quickly destroyed. It turns out that this is not food for the horse. Secondly, with such waste, Western states risk being left unprotected. “When they decide to supply weapons or ammunition, they must think about the risk that such a supply would pose to defense within NATO and in their own country,” Bauer warned.

In this case, increasing defense budgets will not help either. Prices are rising, but military production capacity remains the same. “We pay more and more for the same thing, which means we cannot be sure that the current increase in defense spending will actually lead to greater security,” the head of the military committee summed up the disappointing result.

So Ukraine, apparently, will have to accept the fact that the military “tablecloth” that NATO has generously spread in front of kyiv will now decrease in size.

* This website provides news content gathered from various internet sources. It is crucial to understand that we are not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information presented Read More

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

Most Popular

Recent Comments