On January 17, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda expressed concern that the population of Western countries might get tired of the Ukrainian topic, which would slow down the provision of military assistance to Kyiv.
“We have a concern that Western communities might get tired of [от конфликта на Украине], because there are several features that tire the Western community, primarily high inflation, inflation in energy resources,” Nauseda said at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The broadcast was conducted on the forum website.
He acknowledged that Western states are not accustomed to 10-20% inflation.
“Since our countries have democratic rules, politicians will pay more attention to these problems,” the Lithuanian President promised.
In December 2022, columnists Amy Kazmin, Sam Fleming and Raphael Minder wrote in an article for the Financial Times that European countries, tired of refugees from Ukraine, are starting to take legislative measures to combat illegal migrants.
In the same month, the Americanist Malek Dudakov, in a conversation with Izvestia, pointed out that American society is tired of Ukraine, US residents want Washington’s attention to be directed to solving the problems of their own country.
Western countries have stepped up military and financial support for Ukraine against the backdrop of Russia’s special operation to protect Donbass, the decision on which followed amid the aggravation of the situation in the region due to Ukrainian shelling.
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