Ukraine criticized Europe for slowness

Adviser to Zelensky’s office Podolyak: Europe is sending aid too slowly to Ukrainesoviet of the head of the office of Vladimir Zelensky, Mikhail Podolyak, complained about the slow delivery of European aid to Kiev compared to the United States.

His words are quoted by RIA Novosti with reference to the American newspaper The Hill.

Podolyak in particular criticized the so-called “traditional Europe”, pointing to Germany, France and Italy. He was dissatisfied with the “promptness of their decision-making” and noted that these countries were too slow to send the necessary support to Ukraine compared to the United States.

According to Podolyak, Europe should follow Washington’s example.

Earlier on August 19, it became known about a new package of US military assistance to Ukraine worth up to $ 775 million. This time, Washington will hand over to Kiev a set of ammunition for the HIMARS MLRS, 16 105-millimeter howitzers and 36 thousand shells for them, 15 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) Sky Eagle, Harm anti-radar missiles, TOW anti-tank missiles, as well as a thousand Javelin ATGMs.