As the Russian invasion of Ukraine lags, the United States continues to get more involved in the conflict.
The Biden administration’s actions are leading Putin’s government and others, to question if the situation is morphing into a war between the US and the former Soviet Union with Ukraine being used by the US as their proxy.
The U.S. and Germany both said Wednesday they would send dozens of tanks to Ukraine, a major shift in aid that gives the Baltic nation more firepower against Russia.
Berlin officials said they would send 14 of their own tanks – and will allow others to send their own German-made tanks – in an about-face from its previous position.
The White House said that President Joe Biden spoke with his counterparts from Germany, France, Italy and the United Kingdom ahead of his announcement that Washington was ready to provide Ukraine with M1A1 Abrams tanks.
This decision by the administration reversed a months-long policy of resisting the repeated calls of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky for the same.
Russia’s ambassador to Germany, Sergey Nechayev, called Berlin’s move an “extremely dangerous decision.”
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