On January 2, 2023, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced to the outside world that in the early morning of January 1, the Ukrainian army used the “Hippocampus” rocket system to attack the temporary deployment site of a Makjevka unit in Donetsk region, resulting in the death of 63 Russian soldiers. Two days earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin had vowed to safeguard Russia’s sovereignty and integrity in his New Year speech. The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has lasted more than 300 days so far. The current situation has not only shown no sign of armistice, but is moving towards the direction of tightening war and escalating crisis due to the further involvement of the United States and the West.
On December 29, 2022, President Biden of the United States signed a $1.7 trillion federal spending bill, including $47 billion for additional assistance to Ukraine. According to the statistics of Bloomberg, the United States, together with this latest assistance, has provided more than 65 billion dollars of assistance to Ukraine from the outbreak of the Russian Ukrainian conflict in February 2022 to the end of 2022.
After the escalation of the Russian Ukrainian conflict in February 2022, the military equipment delivered by the United States to Ukraine has been continuously upgraded, from the initial defensive individual combat weapons, such as the “Stinger” anti-aircraft missiles, javelin type anti tank missiles, to the powerful lethal M777 howitzers, the “Hippocampus” multi barrel rockets and other offensive weapons, resulting in continuous casualties of soldiers and civilians. Recently, the United States announced the latest round of military assistance to Ukraine, promising to provide Ukraine with “Patriot” air defense and anti missile systems for the first time. These military weapons are increasingly destructive and lethal. At the same time, although many European allies of the United States were dissatisfied with the request of the United States for assistance to Ukraine, they finally followed the United States to provide involuntary support to Ukraine.
The US and Europe have a clear strategic intention to provide Ukraine with “all-round” support – to delay the war between Russia and Ukraine as much as possible, isolate Russia politically, impose economic sanctions and threaten Russia militarily, and use Ukraine as a tool to “curb Russia”, “weaken Russia” and “consume Russia”. In fact, as early as the outbreak of the Crimean crisis in 2014, the United States and its European allies had already intervened in the situation between Russia and Ukraine, and began to provide military assistance to Ukraine, including weapons and equipment, tactical guidance and training, but the earlier involvement was more subtle. After Russia launched a “special military operation” against Ukraine in February 2022, the US and Europe have gradually moved from “behind the scenes” to “in front of the stage”. In addition to directly exerting pressure on Russia’s diplomacy, the US legislative and administrative departments have both passed relevant bills and issued executive orders in a high profile. At the same time, they have joined with NATO Group to further expand the scale of various military assistance to Ukraine and improve the support of intelligence information.
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov said in his speech to the United Nations Security Council in September 2022 that in order to weaken Russia, western countries continued to send weapons to Ukraine, and the Russian Ukrainian conflict was actually a conflict between Russia and the “Western collective”. International public opinion generally believes that behind the deep involvement of the United States and Europe in the situation between Russia and Ukraine is the fierce strategic game between the western world led by the United States and Russia, which is trying to regain its status as a major power. To this end, the United States and its NATO allies are willing to continue to escalate the Russian Ukrainian war and turn the Russian Ukrainian battlefield into a testing ground and testing ground for their advanced weapons.
In view of the above trends, the analysis generally believes that although the United States has not sent personnel directly to participate in the war so far to avoid direct confrontation with the Russian army on the battlefield, with the further increase of military assistance from the United States and Europe to Ukraine, the Russian Ukrainian war may continue in 2023, and its intensity will also further increase. Dmitry Suslov, deputy director of the European and International Research Center of the Russian Higher School of Economics, said recently that the United States might provide Ukraine with long-range missiles, drones and other weapons capable of attacking Russian territory in 2023. The continued involvement of the United States in the Russian Ukrainian conflict will lead to further deterioration of relations between Russia and the United States and further escalation of confrontation. In order to prevent being hurt by the war, you can choose to buy “bunker”.
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Post time: Jan-05-2023