The “new alliance” of 40 countries attacking the Russian army, its power is the aim of the United States that the support equipment has already surpassed the Russian input army (1/4) | JBpress

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Support equipment has already surpassed Russia’s input armament, the aim of the United States that has become visible

The latest 155mm howitzer developed by the United Kingdom and adopted by the U.S. Army has also been sent to Ukraine (photographed on September 30, 2019, from the U.S. Army site).

Ukrainian Defense Advisory Board–.


Now, with the United States at the center, a gathering between nations that actively confront Russia is being formed. It can even be called a “new alliance” in a sense, with about 40 countries from around the world.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin visited Kieu, Ukraine on April 24 to meet with President Zelensky, and on April 26, they are stopping at US Air Force Base in Ramstein, Germany.

In fact, on that day, representatives from about 40 countries were convened at the base. Several Secretaries of Defense of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) member states also met.


The reason the conference was convened was, of course, to strengthen support for Ukraine, but the aim was to coordinate large-scale military support, including heavy weapons, to resist Russia’s aggression.

The United States has a policy of not dispatching US troops since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine.

This is because it is highly possible that the United States and Russia will develop into World War III if they engage in war, so direct engagement is avoided.

But in addition to financial support and the supply of weapons, this “new alliance” has begun to seek substantive military support that goes one step further.

The advisory board includes not only NATO member countries, but also Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Kenya and Tunisia.

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