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Cameron on Russia-Ukraine war: Time is on our side

Cameron on Russia-Ukraine war: Time is on our side British Foreign Secretary David Cameron (photo: Getty Images)

Western politicians need to stop talking about a stalemate in the context of the war in Ukraine, states the British Foreign Secretary David Cameron.

Cameron noted that the economy of Western countries and their coalition is currently 25 times larger than Russia's.

"We need to stop talking about the stalemate and that time is not on Ukraine's side. Our economy is 25 times larger than Russia's, and we are more than capable of demonstrating that time is on our side, and not on the side of Russian President Vladimir Putin," Cameron said.

He also wants to convey this message to former U.S. President Donald Trump if he becomes the leader of the United States again.

"Interaction with Trump on a personal level will have to be built in a different way than with the current U.S. leader Joe Biden, however, British and American military and intelligence personnel are used to and able to work together, and the two countries' values and approaches to many problems are also very similar," he added.

Threat of a full-scale war between Russia and NATO

Earlier, British Chief of Staff Patrick Sanders said that the British should be prepared to wage a major war against an increasingly aggressive Russia if necessary.

Recently, the German publication Bild reported that the Bundeswehr is preparing for a hybrid Russian attack on NATO's eastern flank. The publication published a scenario of German military exercises, during which the German armed forces are preparing for a hybrid attack by Russia on NATO's eastern flank.

Read more about this, the military capabilities of Russia and NATO, and how the conflict may develop in the author's material of RBC-Ukraine.