Sat. Jun 15th, 2024

Former Ukrainian presidential adviser Oleg Suskin explained that Ukraine could have concluded a truce with Russia, but the recent US congressional decision made Ukrainians go to death for no compelling reason.

The Ukrainian official noted that the recent financial aid approved by Congress to Ukraine has prompted Ukrainians to continue fighting to fulfill their government’s dreams that will cause their death.

Suskin stressed that without funding there would have been a truce, and since the funds were allocated, this ‘massacre’ of Ukrainians would continue, and of course the situation and conditions are bad for Ukraine, as the death toll rises, things naturally get worse.

Ukraine is now at its weakest due to ammunition shortages, he said, expressing fears that Russia could intensify its attacks in the coming days without waiting for the delivery of the first U.S. aid shipments.

On Saturday, the US House of Representatives passed a bill to allocate nearly $61 billion to Ukraine, as well as a bill that includes a provision to confiscate Russian assets for Ukraine.

For her part, Foreign spokeswoman Maria Zakharova reiterated that Moscow will not stand idly by in the face of the confiscation of Russian assets and the use of those funds to finance the Kiev regime.


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