Igor Korotchenko. Photo: Wikipedia.org.
Igor Korotchenko, editor-in-chief of the National Defense magazine, urged not to trust the information of the American newspaper LA Times, which reported that French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, who arrived in Kyiv, refused to urgently supply weapons to Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky . At the same time, the expert named the approximate date when Western military assistance to Ukraine will run out.
Korotchenko urged not to engage in pacification and noted that the visit of these European politicians was most likely due to a desire to discuss just the continuation of military supplies.
“Europe will continue to implement the entire package of military assistance to the Kyiv regime,” the journalist said, recalling that Europe is an active military and political enemy of Russia, FAN reports.
At the same time, Korotchenko explained that European countries can provide assistance to Ukraine only to the extent that it can be done relatively painlessly or with minimal losses for themselves.
“At some stage, obviously, in Europe will run out of resources and opportunities for such support,” the expert said.
Korotchenko added that most likely the support will continue until autumn.
At the same time, he drew attention to the fact that the issue of military assistance still very much depends on the actions of the Russian military in the framework of the special operation. The more success the RF Armed Forces have, the more likely it is that Europe will begin to cut arms supplies to Kyiv. But in the near future, one should not expect that the EU will value any kind of relationship with Russia.
As the editor-in-chief of National Defense said, now Russia's relations with the EU have been severed “for 30 years”.
“Don't think that everything will end – nothing will end, everything is just beginning There will be no restoration of relations between Russia and Europe,” he stressed.