A large amount of military hardware, including tanks, armored personnel carriers, and military trucks, was seen at a Polish port. Does anyone still believe the United States isn’t fighting a war with Russia?
The footage of the equipment headed for Ukraine was published as Washington continues its military assistance to Kyiv amid the Russian special military operation in Ukraine. Moscow has repeatedly warned that continued interference by the West ([particularly the U.S. and NATO) will only add more fuel to the conflict.
The video which appears to show a large amount of U.S. military equipment in the Polish port of Gdynia has been shared on Twitter. In the footage, which was also published by a Latvian Twitter news outlet, an array of U.S. tanks, armored personnel carriers, and military trucks are seen at the port.
The operation, which has been carried out by the U.S. since 2014, is aimed at strengthening the U.S.’ presence in Europe. As part of the mission in December 2022, about 700 combat vehicles were deployed to Poland, including the U.S. main battle tanks Abrams, according to a report by Sputnik News.
This footage is released as the U.S. continues to arm and provide financial aid to Ukraine during the conflict, obviously choosing sides. The U.S. has already committed more than $100 billion worth of security and military assistance to Kyiv since the beginning of the Russian special operation, which the West calls an “invasion”. In January, Washington said it would send 31 Abrams tanks and eight M88 recovery vehicles to Ukraine, noting that delivery would take considerable time. Poland and Germany pledged to deliver a number of Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine.
The Russian Foreign Ministry underscored that NATO countries “play with fire” by supplying weapons to Kiev, and that any convoy of arms for Ukraine will become a legitimate target for Russian forces. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, for his part, stressed that western countries are directly involved in the Ukrainian conflict. –Sputnik News.
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The U.S. and its allies have provided Kyiv with various weapons systems, including air defense missiles, multiple launch rocket systems, tanks, self-propelled artillery, and anti-aircraft guns. Not to mention billions of dollars.
Even though Russia has repeatedly warned the U.S., Washington continues to provoke and poke the bear.