US supplies to Kyiv to not affect special military op. course

Washington's supplies to Kyiv will in no way affect the course or results of the special military operation, they only make things worse for the Ukrainians themselves, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.

Commenting on the words of US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland about "surprises" for Russia on the battlefield, the spokesman said, "As for surprises - yes, the United States, as a direct participant in this conflict, maintains and increases the degree of its direct involvement in this conflict, continues to provoke the Kyiv regime to continue the war. This can in no way affect the course of the special military operation. And this can in no way affect the outcome of the special military operation, all goals will be achieved. The Americans are making it more painful for the Ukrainians, the Americans are making it so that more Ukrainians die. It is the Americans who are doing this, and they should understand this."

Speaking about Nuland's visit to Ukraine, Peskov recalled that her visits to Kyiv never end in anything good and it is well proven by the events of 2014.

Now, according to the spokesman, the US is trying to "miraculously" shift the financial burden to the Europeans. "The Europeans have already pledged 50 billion euros. Let's see how the Americans will twist themselves further so that they themselves do not spend anything, but only earn," Peskov added.

He pointed out that the US in any case maintains its hostile attitude to Russia in all its manifestations. "We know it, we are on alert, our president knows what to do, and the special military operation continues," the Kremlin spokesman concluded.

On Tuesday, Nuland arrived in Kyiv, which she has visited many times before, with the last visit taking place in December 2022. Her name became firmly associated with the coup in Ukraine after she traveled to Kyiv in the winter of 2013-2014.

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