Antony Blinken Wants To Offer More Support To Ukraine

Antony Blinken
Antony Blinken

Antony Blinken, the Secretary of State of the U.S. recently had a meeting with Dmytro Kuleba, the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine on the border between Poland and Ukraine this Saturday. The purpose of this meeting was to have a discussion on the efforts of Western forces to help Ukraine and the ways in which Russia could be isolated in the war. 

All About The Meeting Between Antony Blinken and Kuleba

Antony Blinken and Kuleba had this crucial discussion among the well-established security inside tents where most families were crossing the border. The discussion went on for hours on how to detach Russia from its sources and disrupt its economy with as many sanctions as possible. 

Antony Blinken is sure that Ukraine will eventually win the war, however, in the process, the country just needs more international aid. Moreover, Blinken also mentioned that the most helpful thing for Ukrainians is to provide them aviation help by sending fighter jets and anti-aircraft weapons. The help provided by Stringer, defeated three aircraft of Russia this Saturday. 

Antony Blinken believes that when more weapons will come their way, the prices will drop which can save millions of lives. In the words of Kuleba, the efforts of talking to Russia peacefully are futile, however, a third discussion round has been scheduled on Monday. Prior to all this Antony Blinken met the Prime Minister and Finance Minister of Poland and also went to visit the center where all refugees are staying.

As per the report given by the United Nations refugee agency, the number could rise from 1.3 million to 1.5 million this week. Antony Blinken visited Poland through Brussels and met with the G7 grouping, alliances of NATO, and the EU. Furthermore, Blinken also believes that the sanctions are bringing positive impact as they are highly impacting the economy of Russia. 

Though the members of NATO are helping Ukraine with all resources that are coming through Poland, they still did not approve the no-fly zone policy as it could bring severe consequences.