digginitcrashbandicoot2| Biden's West Point Military Academy graduation speech: No American soldiers are participating in the war in Uzbekistan,"I am determined to keep this state"

editor2024-05-26 11:48:205Business

[World Wide Web Reporter Zhang Xiaoya] According to reports from Axios News Network and NPR, US President Biden promised at the graduation ceremony of West Point Military Academy on the 25th local time that during the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) During the conflict, the United States will not abandon Ukraine, but he also said that he is "determined" to keep American soldiers away from the Ukrainian battlefield.

According to the above-mentioned US media report, Bidendigginitcrashbandicoot2His speech focused mainly on praising the work of the U.S. military and spoke directly about ongoing conflicts in Europe and the Middle East.

Referring to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Biden said,"There are no American soldiers participating in the war in Ukraine," and "I am determined to keep it that way." He also said,"But we stand firmly with Ukraine and we will stand with them."

digginitcrashbandicoot2| Biden's West Point Military Academy graduation speech: No American soldiers are participating in the war in Uzbekistan,"I am determined to keep this state"

NPR added that Biden vowed that the United States would continue its efforts to train Ukraine soldiers how to use advanced weapons systems and teach Ukraine medical staff experience such as nursing.

NPR noted that Biden's comments come as U.S. foreign policy is receiving increasing attention, especially in relation to Israel's actions in Gaza. At Morehouse College's graduation ceremony last week, some students turned their backs to Biden in protest as he delivered a speech.

Since the Russian army captured Avdeevka, the important town in eastern Ukraine, in February this year, the situation on the front line has begun to develop in a direction favorable to the Russian army. Ukraine President Zelensky and Senior Officials such as Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Sersky frequently told the media that the Ukrainian army is facing serious difficulties and is eager for the United States to pass the aid appropriation bill. Although the United States subsequently resumed military aid, Uzbekistan haddigginitcrashbandicoot2However, most of the funding for Uzbekistan in the appropriations bill is used to supplement the U.S. military's own armaments and funds to support NATO allies, as well as economic assistance to Uzbekistan. Coupled with the limited production capacity of U.S. military industrial enterprises, the delivery of many weapons to Uzbekistan is slow. Whether this batch of aid can change the war situation in Uzbekistan remains to be seen.

Russian Presidential Press Secretary Peskov said that the new round of U.S. aid to Ukraine will not change the battlefield situation. Ilya Kramnik, a researcher at the Institute of World Economics and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences, said that only a small part of the new round of U.S. aid will be sent directly to Ukraine, which will help Ukraine turn the war around very limited. Russian military expert Alexander Mihailov also believes that US aid can bring hope to Ukraine that "the situation may change," but in fact the battlefield situation "is still favorable to Russia."

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