Did America destroy Ukraine? America’s role in prolonging the war between Russia and Ukraine.

Joe Biden and Volodymyr Zelensky signed a 10-year security pact on the sidelines of the G7 summit being held in Italy; a pact that is dubbed as the precursor to Ukraine joining NATO.

This pact commits the United States to come to Ukraine’s aid within 24 hours in case of any military attack, and to assist the country in defense planning and cyber security.

The use of war tools in Ukraine to bolster NATO’s arms market and to create an active front and a security threat that allows American statesmen to establish their own information and security space and extract their political and economic interests from this sphere, of course, with Putin’s background and a kind of policy of nurturing grudges in the Russian leadership cadre, it means the perpetuation of the war with Ukraine and further destruction of its infrastructure and even the occupation of more areas of Ukraine.

On the other hand, Giorgia Meloni, the Prime Minister of Italy, who chairs her country’s presidency of the G7, has said that these countries have agreed to a $50 billion contract to finance Ukraine. It is planned that this financial aid will be provided through Russia’s frozen assets. Meloni told the French news agency, “I confirm that we have reached a political agreement to provide additional financial assistance to Ukraine of about $50 billion by the end of the year.” Blocking and using the money of a country like Russia will likely bring NATO into a new phase of confrontation with Russia, which Ukraine will probably have to pay for.

It should not be forgotten that Putin, in the midst of the war in Ukraine, by killing Yevgeny Prigozhin, who had long fought alongside him in Ukraine, showed that the return path against him is very difficult. Many European politicians, contrary to the Biden administration, believed that establishing a peace policy is better than sending weapons and deepening the war with Russia. However, it cannot be denied that the US government is more inclined towards the policy of weakening Russia economically through two policies: economic pressure and prolonging the time of war, rather than helping Ukraine.

In fact, returning peace to Ukraine is not a dream that the arms cartels would contemplate. The existence of active fronts is a desire that demands any trade for its survival, even if it leads to the destruction of Ukraine and casualties in that country.

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