UNITED NATIONS, December 6. /TASS/. Russian First Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations Dmitry Polyansky expressed hope that not all Ukrainians will be sacrificed to the United States’ geopolitical Russophobic interests.
"Hearing such sober voices in this country is encouraging. Maybe not all Ukrainians will be sacrificed for the benefit of corrupt [Ukrainian President Vladimir] Zelensky regime and his Western backers in a futile pursuit of US geopolitical Russophobic interests," the Russian diplomat wrote on his page on X (former Twitter), commenting on the latest episode of Tucker Carslon’s new show. In it, the US journalist asked "how could Washington possibly send tens of billions more to sleazy oligarchs in Ukraine now that the whole enterprise has been revealed as a fruitless, corrupt and incredibly destructive disaster."
Earlier, Polyansky said that the US would refuse to provide more support to Ukraine as he argued that the Kiev regime will soon fall, while the strategic risks for Washington have intensified. According to the Russian envoy, "the US has exposed itself in the eyes of the world as an unscrupulous backer of a Neo-Nazi Russophobic regime which is ready to sacrifice its last men as cannon fodder for the geopolitical interests of the other country."
Bloomberg reported earlier that Ukraine would not receive additional US funding before mid-December or perhaps until next year. According to the US news agency, once-broad support for Kiev is showing signs of cracking amid a stalemate in Ukraine’s counteroffensive.
In October, the US administration asked Congress to set aside extra budgetary funds for the 2024 fiscal year, which began in the United States on October 1, in assistance to Israel and Ukraine, as well as to contain China and Russia in the Asia Pacific region. In all, the US plans to spend around $106 billion for these purposes. Several House and Senate Republicans have spoken out against continuing financial assistance to Kiev.