U.S. National Security Advisor hopes that Ukraine and Russia could reach a peace agreement

Mon, 11.11.2019 17:36

"I'm not going to get into hypotheticals about what could happen down the road. I mean, hopefully, Russia and Ukraine can get along and there can be some sort of a peace treaty and- and an agreement between them," Robert O'Brien said CBS News.

When asked by a journalist whether the U.S. intends to continue providing military aid to Ukraine amid the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, the White House advisor said: "I'm not going to commit the United States to what we're going to do forever. But for right now, we're set. We're the first administration, President Trump is the first president to send lethal military aid to Ukraine. I think that's very important."

O'Brien also added that the Trump administration is ready to provide aid to Ukraine.

Following a July 25 phone call between Volodymyr Zelensky and Donald Trump, the House of Representatives initiated an impeachment inquiry into Trump. Lawmakers accuse the White House chief of putting pressure on Ukraine to get personal political gain in the next presidential election.

source: Ukrinform

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