Biden Expresses Skepticism on Ukraine’s Upcoming Attack’s Success

US President Joe Biden said there was no guarantee that the Ukrainian counterattack would succeed, explaining that “the outcome of conflicts is unpredictable.”

“We and our NATO allies know how many Ukrainian brigades have been trained, we know their status, and we have expectations about what they can achieve,” Biden said during a press conference held on the sidelines of the G7 summit on Sunday. in Hiroshima, answering a question about the possibilities of a Ukrainian counterattack. He added that the United States does not know exactly what results the Ukrainian forces will be able to achieve, because the outcome of the conflicts is “unpredictable.”

On May 9, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that Ukraine had received from the West all the weapons it needed for a “successful counteroffensive.”

For his part, American journalist Seymour Hersh, who previously won the Pulitzer Prize, pointed out that a group of European countries led by Poland are behind the scenes calling on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to end the conflict.

As Hirsch points out, one of the main reasons why European countries want to end the conflict is “the presence of more than five million Ukrainians on their soil.

Source: TASS

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