For the past eight months, Russian President Vladimir Putin waged his invasion of Ukraine. From the start, the Biden administration condemned the acts of aggression and vowed to support and stand with Ukraine. While Putin believed his military to be far superior to that in Ukraine, the Ukrainian military has consistently fought off the advances of Russia. But again, it hasn’t been without the help of numerous countries. Just looking at the United States, the Biden administration has committed a staggering $16 billion to help Ukrainian forces. Now, it seems that the Pentagon is working to create a new command center that’s sole objective would be to train Ukrainian troops.
First reported by CNN, the news outlet wrote, “The new command, which would be based at Wiesbaden in Germany, would fall under Gen. Christopher Cavoli, the commander of US European Command, which has led the multinational effort to train Ukrainian military forces on advanced Western weapons and deliver those weapons to the border with Ukraine, one official said. It is expected to be led by a 3-star general. But the US has been careful in how it discusses the plans, which the officials emphasized is not a major change to the current system of organizing and administering shipments. Officials are careful not to give Russian President Vladimir Putin a reason to claim the US is a party to the conflict, especially given the elevated rhetoric coming from the Kremlin about the threat of nuclear weapons usage.”
Not only did the Pentagon announce its new objective to fight Russia, but it also revealed another $1.1 billion in aid for Ukraine. One senior defense official admitted the massive price tag was a “multi-year investment.”
CNN continued to point out the objective of the new command, adding, “The new command would create a more formal structure within the military to manage the shipments, officials said. Its anticipated location in central Germany also places it close to many of the training areas used by the US and Western countries to teach Ukrainian forces how to employ Western weaponry. The command would also work closely with the International Donor Coordination Center (IDCC), which has played a critical role in handling the logistics necessary to match the need for Ukrainian weapons with the available stocks of potential donor countries.”
Using the Ukraine Contact Group, more than 40 countries have pledged to help the country defeat Russia and Vladimir Putin. The countries have sent weapons and equipment to the troops who continued to push against Russian forces. President Putin recently announced that four regions in the area are supposedly now declaring their allegiance to the Russian Federation. Joe Biden denounced the claims. “The United States, I want to be very clear about this, the United States will never, never, never recognize Russia’s claims on Ukraine sovereign territory.”
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on September 30, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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