Russian Presidential Aide claims West intends to support Ukraine ‘until the last Ukrainian’

Ushakov’s comments reflect the ongoing narrative from Moscow that portrays Western involvement in the conflict as detrimental to Ukraine and its people.

Russian presidential aide Yury Ushakov has claimed that Western powers intend to continue supporting Ukraine’s war effort until the last Ukrainian. This assertion comes amid ongoing tensions and conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

Speaking at the prestigious forum, Ushakov stated, that the West does not hear us and is going to fight with Ukraine until the last Ukrainian. He further added that the human potential in Ukraine has not yet been fully exhausted.

These remarks suggest a Russian perspective that Western support for Ukraine is not driven by humanitarian concerns or respect for national sovereignty, but rather by a willingness to prolong the conflict at the expense of Ukrainian lives.

Ushakov’s comments reflect the ongoing narrative from Moscow that portrays Western involvement in the conflict as detrimental to Ukraine and its people. This viewpoint contrasts sharply with the Western position, which frames support for Ukraine as necessary assistance against Russian aggression.

The Primakov Readings, where Ushakov made these statements, is an annual forum first established in 2015. It serves as a platform for discussing global politics and international relations, often from a Russian perspective.

These provocative comments are likely to draw criticism from Western governments and Ukraine, who have consistently argued that their actions are in defence of Ukrainian sovereignty and territorial integrity.

As the conflict continues, such statements underscore the deep divisions and differing narratives between Russia and the West regarding the situation in Ukraine. They also highlight the challenges in finding a diplomatic resolution to the ongoing crisis.

The international community will undoubtedly be watching closely for any official responses to Ushakov’s claims, as well as any potential impact on diplomatic efforts or the conflict itself.