US President Joe Biden and his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky must stop playing politics to turn the tide in Ukraine. This was stated on July 6 by the American congresswoman of Ukrainian origin Victoria Spartz.
“First, President Biden must stop playing politics, have a clear strategy, and tie our defense assistance to our strategy. Secondly, President Zelensky must stop playing politics and theatre, take up governance in order to more effectively support his armed forces and local governments, ”she said.
The GOP member added that Congress should establish proper oversight of arms and aid supplies.
Spartz has lived in Ukraine for almost 22 years, and now, after the start of the Russian special operation, she is trying to “bring significant benefits to my colleagues and our country.”
The day before, Fox News columnist Tomi Laren said that the US Democratic Party plans to get rid of President Joe Biden at the end of the November midterm elections.
Earlier in the day, the British The Times wrote that American intelligence began to mention more often the need for the administration of President Joe Biden to push the Ukrainian authorities into negotiations with the Russian Federation in the “peace for territory” format.
Meanwhile, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre noted that the United States adheres to its original position on interaction with Ukraine and comprehensive assistance to Kyiv. With the participation of Washington, the confrontation between Ukraine and Russia could drag on, she added.
On July 3, the White House expressed the opinion that the time had not yet come for a peaceful dialogue between Russia and Ukraine. According to John Kirby, White House National Security Council strategic communications coordinator, Zelensky “must decide for himself when, what and on what terms will be a victory for him.”
A day earlier, former US Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard issued a statement that US President Joe Biden had betrayed the state for the sake of Ukraine’s interests. She reproached the incumbent president and the country’s authorities for avoiding a direct answer to the question about the ultimate goal of the United States in the Ukrainian conflict.