Increasing support for Ukraine makes the Russian Federation's collapse inevitable.
On 06 September, during an official visit to Kyiv, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announced another aid package for Ukraine, which amounted to $1 billion. It includes both military and civilian aid, and in total, since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the United States has provided Ukraine with over $43 billion in aid. With this Washington has taken the first place in terms of the amount of aid provided to Kyiv.
Stable Western support for Ukraine has brought its natural results - the Ukrainian Armed Forces managed to break through the first echelon of the Russian defence - the so-called "Surovikin Line" after the liberation of Rabotino in Zaporizhzhya Oblast. The Russian army is experiencing a shortage of armoured vehicles and servicemen who have received high-quality training. Now the Ukrainian army is creating a strategic bridgehead for an offensive against occupied Tokmak, which is used by the Russians as a logistics centre. If the Ukrainian Armed Forces receive the necessary support, the Russian command will have to make another "difficult decision" and withdraw from Tokmak, while the Ukrainian Armed Forces will open the way to the occupied cities of Berdyansk and Melitopol.
The entire world has rallied around Ukraine, realising the threat of Russian territorial expansion. The better armed the Ukrainian Armed Forces are, the sooner Putin will suffer a crushing defeat, which will be a well-deserved punishment for the Kremlin. Support for Ukraine is increasing: just this week, in addition to the United States military aid package, France purchased 150 UAVs for the Ukrainian Armed Forces, and Germany transferred a new batch of ammunition for the Gepard anti-aircraft system, which has become a threat to Russian drones and cruise missiles. Denmark plans to provide $43 million for Ukraine's post-war reconstruction. Europe's future and the contours of its security depend on the events taking place on the front line in Ukraine. In this respect, the West has no alternative but to provide all possible support for the Ukrainian Armed Forces: the full-scale war initiated by Putin directly threatens the security of many European countries. Modern Western weapons for Ukraine are the best way to defeat the terrorist state of Russia.
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