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Tusk demands the ‘full mobilisation of the West’ as an ‘attack on Ukraine is an attack on all’

by LLB political Reporter
12th Dec 23 4:28 pm

The new Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk has demanded the “full mobilisation of the West” and said that Poland backs “the war effort.”

The defeated Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki previously announced that they will end supporting Ukraine with military aid packages.

Tusk has told the West that “we will demand the full mobilisation of the West to help Ukraine.

“I can’t listen any more to politicians who talk about being tired of the situation in Ukraine… attack on Ukraine is an attack on us all.”

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There are grave fears that Ukraine could lose the war as the West has slowed down with sending their military aid packages since the Israel-Hamas war started on 7 October.

Furthermore the US are set to cut funding for Ukraine in the new year unless more funding can be found to supply Kyiv with billions of US dollars’ worth of military hardware.

A US intelligence chief has warned that Ukraine will fall to Russia within months unless America pumps in more military aid.

Senate Intelligence Chair Mark Warner said that Vladmir Putin believes that Ukraine will fall to Russia, he asked, “Why, at this moment in time, would we prove Putin right?

Warner gave the warning after the US Senate failed to reach the 60-vote threshold to provide “crucial” military aid package for Ukraine.

Warner wrote, “Vladimir Putin’s hopes for victory rest on the US walking away from Ukraine.”

President Joe Biden’s $110 billion military aid package for Ukraine and Israel with aid for Gaza was blocked by the US Senate.

President Biden echoed Warner’s warnings, he said,  “Republicans in Congress are willing to give Putin the greatest gift he could hope for and abandon our global leadership, not just Ukraine, but beyond that.

The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken raised concerns on Monday, he said that Russia “must be stopped” so that they “do not attack a NATO country” as he warned this will drag America into a “broader conflict.”

Blinken said that Ukrainian forces have made “remarkable progress” and they have returned more than half the territory seized by Vladimir Putin.

He warned that if Congress does not approve a military aid package for Ukraine by the end of this year, then “the only people who would be happy if the supplemental budget request is not voted on and approved by Congress are sitting in Moscow, sitting in Tehran, sitting in Beijing.”

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