NGA: ‘Not at all’ to end military support for Russia
More than $10 billion in military and diplomatic aid to Ukraine has been handed over to Moscow in recent months as Moscow and Washington fight over the country’s future.
But the NGA says it will not provide additional military support to the Ukrainian government or its allies if they violate a ceasefire agreement and escalate the conflict with Russia.
The NGA is a panel of independent experts that reviews and recommends on how to manage the global military and security affairs.
It said it would not provide any additional military aid to the Ukrainians if they do not meet their obligations under the agreement, signed in Minsk in February.
It said it had a special role to advise the U.S. on foreign policy, and noted that Ukraine’s recent actions had caused alarm in Washington.
The Ukrainian government has called on Russia to cease its military presence in Ukraine and to halt the violence.