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Ukraine's Foreign Minister expresses confidence in Western support, with no Plan B

Ukraine's Foreign Minister expresses confidence in Western support, with no Plan B Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dmytro Kuleba (photo: Vitalii Nosach, RBC-Ukraine)

Dmytro Kuleba is confident in the support of military aid to Ukraine from the West, and there is no alternative to it, according to CNN .

When asked about Ukraine's course of action if it does not receive enough weapons from Western countries, Dmytro Kuleba responded that Ukraine has no alternative to military assistance from the West. He stated that Ukraine will continue to fight even if it does not have all the necessary weapons.

Kuleba also emphasized that military aid to Ukraine is an investment in the security of NATO and the prosperity of the United States.

"Ukraine will always fight with the resources available to it. And.. A secretary general said... Rightly said,what is given to Ukraine is not charity. It's an investment in the protection of NATO and in the protection of also the prosperity of the American people," Kuleba said in the interview.

Dmytro Kuleba stated that if Russia prevails in Ukraine, other leaders worldwide will be tempted to follow in Russia's footsteps. This would lead to increased instability and tension globally. Kuleba also warned that if Russia succeeds in Ukraine, it might dare to attack other NATO countries.

"Those, who in their policy calculations, believe that Putin will not dare attack a NATO country, if he sees he can succeed in Ukraine, are making a huge mistake. And they should change their job," said Dmytro Kuleba.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs emphasized that if the West stops assisting Ukraine, the cost of everything will be much higher.

"So, whatever the price today is, the price that take anything that will follow if Ukraine does not receive the helo today, will be much, much higher. And this is why we believe in Plan A and we work on Plan A, and we will get it dine," Kuleba noted.

Military aid to Ukraine

Earlier, we reported that the United States no longer has funds available for providing military aid to Ukraine.

We also mentioned that the Bundestag called on the German government to approve the supply of German Taurus cruise missiles to Ukraine amid Russia's missile strikes.