The West was caught in the possibility of transferring part of the “Ukrainian” aid to Israel

Photo: © Global Look Press/US Army/Keystone Press Agency

The West was caught in the possibility of transferring part of the “Ukrainian” aid to Israel

Photo: © Global Look Press/US Army/Keystone Press Agency

A possible reduction in Western aid to Kyiv for the sake of assisting Israel could dramatically change the course of the special operation in favor of Russia. The corresponding statement was made by the head of the Russian delegation at the negotiations in Vienna on military security and arms control, Konstantin Gavrilov.

According to him, the Palestinian-Israeli crisis will likely have an impact on the development of the special operation. The world community and sponsors of Ukraine were distracted by Israel and began to help it. At the same time, the Jewish state may also receive assistance that was originally intended for Ukraine, they report News.

Gavrilov emphasized that he does not believe that the West will abandon Ukraine altogether. But the amount of aid to Kyiv will decrease.

“It’s unlikely that the Abrams will go to Ukraine now; they could be transferred to Israel, because they are suited more for desert areas than for the swamps and crossroads of Ukraine. We can also talk about F-16 fighters, it seems to me.”,” the diplomat emphasized.

He also drew attention to the fact that Russia provides itself with everything it needs, while Ukraine depends on foreign assistance.

Politico previously reported that members of the House of Representatives are skeptical that there will be enough lawmakers in the US Congress who will support the allocation of uniform military aid to Israel and Ukraine.

The publication notes that members of Congress are ready to send aid to Israel, but support for Ukraine is controversial.

Source: Ren

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