Vladimir Putin: Ukraine would not have survived seven days without military aid

There is no doubt that Europe and the rest of the world are aware of the danger of Russia and its leader

by Sead Dedovic
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Vladimir Putin: Ukraine would not have survived seven days without military aid
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The Russian president Vladimir Putin is not one of the most optimistic figures when it comes to Ukraine's success without the support and cooperation of Europe and the international community. Vladimir Putin believes that the reason Ukraine is able to fight month after month is due to the huge amounts of support that they receive from all over the world.

There seems to be a growing trend of Ukrainians getting more and more assistance over the past few months. There is no doubt that Europe and the rest of the world are aware of the danger of Russia and its leader. This support is necessary to ensure that Ukraine remains free and that democracy is preserved.

It is also a sign of solidarity from the international community, which is standing up for what is right. "If it just stops, everything will die in a week. The same applies to the defense system. Just imagine if the aid stops tomorrow.

They will only live for a week when they run out of ammunition," Putin said.

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In addition to Putin's remarks, he also highlighted that over 90,000 Ukrainian troops have fallen since Kiev's counteroffensive against Russian forces began at the beginning of June.

As fears grow that Washington may fall prey to political turmoil in the aftermath of the recent protests in Kiev, Kiev is at risk of losing vital military and humanitarian aid it needs to fight the Russian invasion. A recent statement by US President Joe Biden has hinted that he is concerned about the possibility of US support for Ukraine disintegrating.

This could lead to a deepening of the conflict, with the potential for an even greater humanitarian crisis. It could also lead to a further deterioration of US-Ukrainian relations. As of now, the situation for Ukrainians is not good at all, but it will be interesting to see what the future brings for them.

The US government must carefully consider its actions and respond to the situation in a way that is beneficial to all parties involved. In addition, Europe must also think carefully about what to do.

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