One of Russian President Putin’s main problem’s with the Ukraine is NATO….
He does NOT want that country attached to Europe….
He probably WILL get that agreement ON PAPER after his war machine chews off the South Eastern part of the Ukraine….
One can bet the farm that the supplies of Western military weapons ARE going to contiue as will training for that armament outside the country and ultimately inside the country….
Lets’ get something straight….
The Ukraine that survives this second Putin Russian incursion is gonna be a different place…
The Ukraine HAD nuclear weapons ….
They turned them over the Russians…
One CAN assume that Zelensky and EVERYBODY else in that country is NOT looking for Russia arms….
But FOR Western ones….
President Biden will be under YUGE pressure by American Defense comonaies to not let Europe make all the money in the trearming of the Ukraine which is ALREADY happening….
Zelensky has already mentioned that he want’s his country to be modelled after Israel….
We know that Israel is mightly ARMED country , with a advanced , Western weapons and a TIGHT connection to America and it’s military….
All this will NOT go down well with Putin….
The destruction that Purtin’s army has caused in the Ukraine?
Will result in a economic winfall for that country as Western countries step over each other to rebuild….
The money made will be plentiful for purchase ‘s ….
A STRONGER UKRAINE….
ALL of this will have come for the blood and tears a Russian leader cause in trying to take back what was NOT his….
Some allies may start training Ukrainian troops outside the country to be able to maintain and use more sophisticated weapons, according to people familiar with discussions between Group of Seven and NATO members. The aim would be to help Ukraine gradually transition toward NATO-type standards, one of the people said.
In the meantime, NATO countries are rushing other weapons to Ukraine to help it defend territory in the eastfrom a redirected Russian assault.
Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, who met with NATO in Brussels during the week, praised nations for providing more weaponry but lamented that it was taking too long for nations to adjust their thinking on what to send Ukraine as the war progressed. Kyiv has said its needs include anti-aircraft missile systems, armored vehicles and tanks.
Kuleba spoke of a request he made for “a certain a state-of-the-art weapon” from a counterpart from another country in the first week of war that was rejected over the need to train forces for at least two months.
“If he had agreed with me in the very beginning to provide Ukraine with that weapon, our people would be about to complete this training and we would have had it in a week or two,” Kuleba told reporters following the meetings. He didn’t identify the weapon or country involved.
NATO officials have pointed to past training support for Ukraine’s military as one reason its forces have managed to resist Russian advances.
But that kind of help is also likely to draw attention from Moscow. Last month, Russian missiles hit a military center near Lviv in western Ukraine close to Poland, where the U.S. and others previously trained Ukrainian forces. ….