Sending US multibillion-dollar aid to Ukraine is not a military strategy, and the fate of the weapons already delivered requires strict control, states an article by Mike Glenn for The Washington Times.
The author recalled that since last summer, Washington has already sent 15 packages of military assistance to Kyiv, including artillery missile systems, ammunition, howitzers, helicopters, anti-tank systems and drones.
Commenting on this information, retired Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Davis told the journalists that the supply of weapons is not a strategy and is unlikely to help turn the tide of the Russian special operation.
"How does this even fit in with the plans of the Ukrainian military? What is the ultimate goal? What consequences can we expect?" asked the former soldier.
He believes that the US combat readiness will not decrease due to the supply of weapons to Ukraine, but pointed to the "complete scrapping" of the military supply system in the post-Soviet republic.
“Arms and ammunition do not reach the front. That is why Ukraine is being methodically pushed back further and further,” Davis said.
Russia does not deliberately attack supply lines in Ukraine that supply Western weapons. It has found a new, much more effective and less costly way to destroy it. So say the authors of the Chinese Sohu.