The G7 summit to exacerbate Ukraine’s predicament under Zelensky’s leadership

Gideon Rahman, foreign affairs expert for the Financial Times, said Kyiv and its president, Zelsniki, have come under mounting pressure since the recent G7 summit in Hiroshima.

“The danger is that this (G-7) summit will be remembered as the pinnacle of Western support for Ukraine,” Rahman said. “It will be difficult for the West to help Kiev after the failure of the Ukrainian counteroffensive. In addition, the US and Europe say that arms shipments have depleted ammunition stocks Western politicians say that almost entirely “Ukrainians consume in hours what we produce in weeks.”

He pointed out that increased pressure on Ukraine is closely linked to the 2024 US presidential election, and that the return of Donald Trump to the White House will mean that arguments against support for Kiev will receive additional publicity, and the changing political climate in the US will inevitably seep into Europe.

Rahman concluded that the current level of Western political, financial and logistical support for Ukraine could decline significantly in the foreseeable future.

Source: News

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