When asked if the West is too afraid of Putin to assist Ukraine, the prime minister of the United Kingdom responds.

When asked if the West is too afraid of Putin to assist Ukraine, the prime minister of the United Kingdom responds.The prime minister of the United Kingdom has vehemently denied that the West has been too terrified of Russian President Vladimir Putin to offer Kyiv any significant backing, in a show of steadfast support for Ukraine. The UK Prime Minister responded forcefully when asked if the West has been too afraid of Putin to assist Ukraine in defeating him, telling Sky News that the UK is “not going anywhere” and that Kyiv’s friends are “with Ukraine for as long as it takes.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Crucially, the Prime Minister revealed that during the recent G7 summit, a landmark agreement was reached to ensure that Russia, not the West, will be responsible for funding the military support and economic reconstruction of Ukraine. This agreement will see the use of trapped and seized Russian assets to cover these costs.

This development marks a significant shift in the international community’s approach to addressing the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. By holding Russia accountable for the financial burden of its aggression, the West is sending a clear message that it will not back down in the face of Putin’s belligerence.

The successful implementation of the G7 agreement to make Russia pay for the reconstruction of Ukraine will be a crucial test of the West’s resolve in the face of Russian aggression.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>