Next weeks and months will be decisive for Ukraine, especially in Donbass – White House

World News

The coming weeks and months will be decisive for Ukraine, especially in the Donbas — White House

The NSDC Strategic Communications Coordinator noted that Poland and Germany are important stakeholders parties in support of Ukraine's defense needs.

White House National Security and Defense Strategic Communications Coordinator John Kirby stressed that the United States is constantly reviewing Ukraine's needs and opined that the coming weeks and months will be critical , especially on the fronts of Donbass.

This was stated in his interview with RMF FM.

“We all know that the coming weeks and months will be decisive for Ukraine, especially in the Donbass. And we know that armament is what will continue to be Ukrainians need it,” said John Kirby.

The NSDC Strategic Communications Coordinator stressed that the United States is constantly reviewing Ukraine's needs.

According to him, the US has increased its presence on the European continent and will use mechanisms on the ground to keep these forces on a rotational basis. He assured that the States would continue to support Ukraine.

Speaking of the discussion between Poland and Germany regarding the transfer of Leopard 2 tanks, he said: this is an issue that both countries must resolve.

“Poland and Germany are important stakeholders in supporting Ukraine’s defense needs. They know what is at stake and are very vocal in their support for Ukraine. We all know that the coming weeks and months will be decisive for Ukraine, especially in Donbas. And we know that weapons are what the Ukrainians will continue to need. We are working together to deliver them as soon as possible,” said John Kirby.

Add that there is information about the transfer of Abrams tanks to Ukraine, to influence Germany, which has so far refrained from delivering Leopard 2 tanks to Kyiv.

The day before, German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius said that his country is allegedly ready to speed up the transfer of equipment.

Related topics:

Leave a Reply