US support for Ukraine is ‘nearing inevitable end’: Medvedev
The United States will soon stop providing support to Ukraine, as it spends too much on it to little or no avail on the battlefield, the Russian Security Council’s Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev has said.
"US lawmakers are derailing the funding of Israeli and Ukrainian military spending for this year. The reasons are technical and… not quite technical," he wrote in his Telegram channel.
"While in Israel’s case the reason is obviously technical, for that country is more important to the US Congress than its own, everything is more complicated as far as the Ukrainian regime is concerned," Medvedev said, drawing attention to the fact that "the United States easily writes off its minions when they become useless."
Medvedev forecasts that this is exactly what will happen to Ukraine.
"The reason is not just the Republicans and Democrats are at odds on the eve of the US presidential election. They're just fed up: these minions devour mammoth funds, theft thrives and nothing has been achieved on the battlefield," he explained. "Also, the Israeli-Palestinian crisis has erupted. To put it in a nutshell, the support for this scoundrel on the loose is nearing its inevitable end," Medvedev concluded.
He acknowledged that Washington's support would not run dry overnight.
"More money will be squandered, there will follow more schizoid rhetoric about democracy, bombastic assurances of a coming victory, false promises of allied relations for all time, and so on and so forth. But the situation is clear: the moment when another US puppet will sink into oblivion is drawing near,'" he emphasized.
"The problem is that this Banderovite has not yet realized who he really is," Medvedev added.