Ukraine-Russia war: US, West delay in delivering weapons gives Putin edge in Donbas region
Added 06-20-22 02:11:02am EST - “The U.S. may announce aid packages before securing and inspecting arms that it plans to send to Ukraine, delaying a process that may also require training before deployment.” - Foxnews.com
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Fox News senior strategic analyst Gen. Jack Keane weighs in on the developing story of missing Americans, argues the war in Ukraine is ‘at a tipping point.’
The U.S. continues to pledge and ship weapons to help Ukraine defend its territory, but delays that keep those weapons from reaching the front lines quickly have handed Russia an advantage as it seeks to capture the Donbas region.
Gen. Jack Keane, head of the Institute for the Study of War, stressed that Ukraine is at a "tipping point" and requires more weapons in order to push back against the Russian advantage.
"[The Russians] have the advantage because of the number of guns they have in the ranges that they have," Keane said during an appearance on "Fox & Friends." "The Ukrainians have the skill, they've got the will, they've got the number of people to do it. What they need is the weapons to do it."
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