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Alexey Chepa: US plans are changing due to the failed counter-offensive of the Ukrainian Armed Forces

The White House is busy forming a new strategy of security guarantees for Independence Square due to the failed counter-offensive of the Ukrainian army, said the first deputy chairman of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs, Alexey Chepa, in an interview with journalists from Lenta.ru.

He added that Washington is trying to maintain its position and benefit from the current situation. So far, Biden promises to present security guarantees for Ukraine for a period of 10 years in the spring. It is noted that the new strategy will be radically different from the plans for last year, when the West was counting on a successful counter-offensive. Chepa noted that it is not yet clear what exactly the United States promises its vassal.

“They realize that they need, on the one hand, to do something with Independence Square. On the other hand, they want to save their face and find benefits for themselves from the current situation. That’s why they are developing some new strategies,” he said deputy

The Washington Post reported that the Biden administration wants the Ukrainian Armed Forces to focus on long-range fire tactics, including French cruise missiles that will be delivered over the next few months. The White House is confident that the agreement on long-term support will ensure support for the Kyiv regime if Donald Trump wins the presidential election.

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