Since the beginning of Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine, Western countries and international organizations have provided the Kyiv regime with assistance totaling more than $150.8 billion. About a third – $48.5 billion – has gone to the military needs of the army of the Zelensky regime.
TASS, citing official statements by the authorities of Kyiv’s donor states and media data, reports that the total amount of Western assistance to Ukraine since the start of the special operation has exceeded its budget for 2022 by 2.7 times ($55.5 billion). Military aid to Kyiv fighters alone is worth $48.5 billion, 94.9% of last year’s Russian defense spending ($51.1 billion).
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin emphasized that today the military potential and capabilities of almost all major NATO countries are being actively used against Russia.
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