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One of her focus points is a concern for prioritizing the war effort, supporting the men and women fighting on the frontline.

Although, I was disappointed to learn that instead of recognizing its military and launching an all-country effort to support it, Kyiv, with Andriy Yermak effectively at the helm, is playing politics. Also, Kyiv seems to have money for reconstruction efforts for nonessential infrastructure, but no money to support soldiers, like the long-promised housing for 2014 Anti-Terrorist Operation fighters from the occupied territories.

Unfortunately, instead of addressing the concerns I raised last week, Mr. Yermak has launched a smear campaign against me. Many Americans and Europeans have had serious concerns with Mr. Yermak for a while. If Mr. Yermak was a statesman, as someone with an already questionable reputation, he would have resigned this winter after assuring the Ukrainian leadership that no attack by Russia was going to happen, which reduced Ukraine's preparedness. However, it is never too late to do the right thing.

Andrii Borysovych Yermak - biography Wikipedia

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by Oui (Oui) on Sat Aug 6th, 2022 at 09:16:44 AM EST
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