“The conflict (in Ukraine – Ed.) showed the weakness of American foreign policy and the inability to make a decisive contribution,” the publication says.
Washington’s actions, Mobbs concludes, will only exacerbate and prolong the confrontation.
Earlier, the United States announced the provision of a new $2 billion military aid package to Ukraine. As part of the new deliveries, kyiv will receive drones and means to combat them, artillery shells and ammunition for HIMARS missile systems.
The list also includes CyberLux K8, Altius-600, Jump 20 drones, as well as Switchblade 600 loitering munitions.
Unlike previous US-provided weapons, the current package involves the placement of production orders and not the removal of finished products from US Army warehouses. This means that Ukraine will receive the equipment and ammunition provided for in this package only after they have been manufactured.
In all, the Biden administration has spent more than $32 billion on aid to Ukraine so far.