Reports that Russia and North Korea will discuss military supplies show the failure of Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine, according to Mark Gittenstein, the US ambassador to the European Union.
Every meeting between Russia and North Korea is a sign of the success of the West’s strategy in dealing with Moscow.
word Marc Gettenstein, US Ambassador to the European Union. For him, Vladimir Putin has already lost the war, and the Ukrainians will emulate what the Americans did during World War II.
sign of failure
“The fact that Putin goes to North Korea to buy weapons is an indication that our strategy is working. Export controls and sanctions have taken his army back to the 19th century. To buy military equipment, he will go to a country where it is not possible. He could never have gone. For me This is a sign of Putin’s failure and our success.”
Meanwhile, the Russian president told Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that if the sanctions were not lifted he would not sign a new deal on wheat. how to deal?
“The most important thing is not to believe Putin’s lies. He is bombing granaries. He started this war, which is causing food crisis all over the world. People are starving because of his decisions.”
The European Union is highly dependent on the United States. But is there still support for the Ukrainian cause among Americans going to the polls next year?
“I like to believe that Americans are a lot like me. I watch TV every day – it’s like watching World War II live.
When you see Russians bombing maternity wards or blowing up apartment buildings, the natural instinct is to do something about it. And I think that’s how they do it in the United States. Even the Republican senators that I talk to when they come here, they tell me the same thing. We will be there as long as needed.
are you sure? Is the same commitment also evident in the Republican campaign?
“Not all Republicans agree with that, but enough people do. And all the Democrats are on our side. I’m still somewhat optimistic.”
Several US officials criticized the Ukrainian counterattack, which they considered too slow.
“A lot of people are happy with how things are going and understand how difficult it is to break through a defense like this, backed by a fascist government, led by an army ready for anything.
It’s hard to break the line. But the Ukrainians will do exactly what we did in World War II. Just got back from the D-Day beaches in Normandy and saw how hard it was. I am very confident that the Ukrainians will win and I know that Putin has already lost.
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