Ukraine’s Foreign Minister, Dmytro kolyba, confirmed on Tuesday that The United States has promised US arms shipments to the country He noted that “there is no secondary, medium or large invasion”, but ” an invasion is an invasion.”
“”The problem is that we do not have a clear understanding of Putin’s schedule or how he plans his actions in the future, neither here in Washington nor in Kiev, “” kolyba said, adding that The only solution that there are these circumstances”is to act as quickly as possible”.
Thus, in an interview with the American network Fox NewsKoliba said that Ukraine did not ask the United States to send troops to the countryTherefore, they do not aspire to the presence of American soldiers on the ground.
“In 1994, Ukraine abandoned its third nuclear arsenal in the world in response to the security guarantees promised by many countries, including the United States. America always keeps its promises and we did something that fulfilled its interests in 1994. “It’s time for the United States to keep that promise and give it back to us.
The Ukrainian Foreign Minister also noted that Germany stopped the approval process for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, a strategic infrastructure for transporting supplies from Russia: “this was the right thing to do.”
Koliba’s meeting with Blinken
These words come after a meeting between kolyba and the US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, where they addressed “the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine,” according to the official Twitter profile of the head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry.
At a joint press conference, kolyba ruled out the option of evacuating the cities of Mariupol or Kharkiv: “The…
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