Russian Embassy Expresses Concerns Over US Aid Package to Ukraine

The Russian embassy in Washington expressed its concerns over the recent U.S. aid package to Ukraine on Thursday.

by Faruk Imamovic
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Russian Embassy Expresses Concerns Over US Aid Package to Ukraine
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The US Administration has confirmed plans to send an additional military assistance package to Ukraine, valued at $325 million. This package will include air defense and cluster munitions. Since the initiation of Russia's special military operation, the US has furnished Ukraine with over $43.9 billion in military aid.

In response, the Russian embassy in Washington has raised concerns about this most recent aid package. A statement released on the embassy's Telegram channel expressed apprehension about the US supplying Ukraine with what they termed "the most dangerous weapons." The Russian officials argue that this aid is being extended to back what they perceive as Ukraine's unsuccessful "counter-offensive." "We have noted yet another US aid package to Ukraine.

Washington's constant pumping of weapons and money into its clients in Kiev has long surprised no one," the statement read. The diplomats further critiqued the U.S. administration for its unwavering support of Ukraine, suggesting that such aid serves as a "consolation prize" for a Ukrainian leadership that is "destroying his own people and obediently waging a proxy war against our country."

Questioning the Impact

The statement also addressed the effectiveness of the Ukrainian military efforts, asserting that "the Ukrainian armed forces have not achieved their objectives, having suffered huge losses in manpower and equipment." This sentiment, according to the embassy, is shared by many local experts.

The Russian embassy urged the U.S. to recognize what it perceives as the pointlessness of the continual aid packages to the Kiev regime. "The West’s efforts cannot change the situation on the ground. Instead, they will lead to a further prolongation of the conflict as well as to new casualties and destruction," the statement warned.

Furthermore, the embassy stated that the "special military operation will continue until the stated objectives have been fully achieved." The ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine has been a point of contention on the international stage, with countries around the world closely monitoring the situation.

The recent statement by the Russian embassy serves as another chapter in the complex narrative surrounding the conflict, highlighting the diplomatic tensions between major global players.

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