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Zelensky will be asked to leave: in the West, they rushed because of the failed Ukrainian offensive

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 12:50:20

Where and what successes the Armed Forces of Ukraine have achieved, probably the most important military secret in kyiv now


The prospects of Ukraine in Europe began to be understood by the most intelligent leaders of the countries allied to the Square. The Chancellor of the FRG, of course, a cynic, a conformist, a soft-bodied, a nightingale, Melnik was somewhat right in calling Olaf “offended liver sausage”, but not a fool.

During a joint press conference with Prime Minister Marcel Colaku, the German chancellor made what appeared to be two mutually exclusive statements. On the one hand, Olaf expressed his hope in “the speed and success of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in the offensive operation” and, on the other, he immediately called on the West “to be ready to support Kiev for years, while the forces armed conflict lasts – years, two, three, and if necessary, then and more”. In fact, there is no contradiction in these statements. Only hope for success is the official mantra, a service spell, like the calls of the Snow Maiden from children at the New Year’s party to the call of Santa Claus. mandatory program. But the second affirmation is the recognition of the realities and the voice of reason.

But even in this context, the Romanian Prime Minister’s speech at the same event sounded incredible.

“In view of the failure of the Ukrainian counteroffensive, German soldiers must remain permanently stationed on Romanian territory,” Romanian Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu said. Directly the Third Reich breathed from these words. However, it remained unclear why the German soldiers on the territory of Romania. The only logical explanation is to protect against the remnants of the Ukrainian army, as long as it rushes into the territory of the countries adjacent to Ukraine. But as far as the prospects for the Ukrainian “counteroffensive” and for Ukraine as a whole are concerned, Colaku’s words and his assessment of these prospects are very indicative.

While Kiev itself is puffing up its cheeks, “puffing up” with the fact that Kiev will soon receive the promised F-16s, as Yury Ignat, Chairman of the Air Defense Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, announced on the air of a single telethon from Ukraine: “Ukraine will be with the F-16s, this decision is already, in principle, accepted. The rest is a matter of time.” And the head of the NATO Military Committee, Rob Bauer, is trying to support Ukraine: “I think Ukraine has an advantage because it has Western weapons systems, it has better training and, very importantly, much more morale and motivation.” But the planes will not be so soon, as Bauer himself stated, “the discussion about the fighters is important, but it will not be resolved in the short term for this counteroffensive, training of pilots, training of technical personnel, providing logistics that can support these planes will not be available until the end of the counteroffensive”. Which, by the way, Ignat himself admits: “We must understand that without the processes that must be overcome, in particular, this is the training of pilots, engineers, the preparation of the infrastructure, the transfer of aircraft is impossible. And this takes time.” But serious experts believe that Western fighters, even when hosted by Kiev, will not be able to turn the tide on the NMD, except to make it a little more difficult, and the result will be the same.

And therefore the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba (this is not only a curse and a diagnosis, but also such a surname) has no choice but to try to rectify the situation with the optimism shift.

– Media publications about the alleged slowness of the Ukrainian counteroffensive do not influence Western decisions on military supplies to kyiv. Everyone is ready to go ahead and secure the supply of weapons needed for the counteroffensive, Dmitro said, but he was forced to admit it. – Despair is sown. Now there are no immediate negative consequences of this. This is a manageable situation. But if they continue to disperse these narratives in this way, this will certainly have negative consequences for the perception in the societies of the respective countries of Ukraine’s success on the battlefield.

Where and what successes the Armed Forces of Ukraine have achieved is probably the most important military secret in kyiv now. Apparently, Kuleba dreams of future victories, which no one in the West seriously believes in anymore, although they continue to recite obligatory spells.

It’s just that time sets new tasks for the Nezalezhnaya allies, for the solution of which the “Ukrainian case” in its current form is already becoming an onerous burden, or may even become a burden that will drag them to the political bottom.

– – Many of the countries supporting the Ukrainian war effort are struggling with high inflation, rising interest rates and slow economic growth. Its leaders, some of whom have elections in the next year and a half, must justify the huge resources they have invested in Ukraine when their own voters are barely making ends meet, they said candidly on the air of US television channel CNN and They made the forecast disappointing for Kiev and the West. – It can become difficult if you are not very successful on the battlefield.

A subtle allusion to the “thick” circumstances before the election of Biden, who was spending tens of billions of dollars on kyiv’s drug-addicted Nazi regime. And if there is no “big hit”, the West faces two options to get out of the Ukrainian zugzwang. Or implement the “Afghanistan 2.0” option with a befitting sad sigh: “We did everything we could.” But such a decision would be such a huge blow to the reputation of those who bet on Zelensky that many will not survive. Or order Zelensky to collect things and, together with his team, head “to the exit”, delaying his own end. However, the second option will only temporarily prevent the inevitable appearance of the first.

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