The North Atlantic Alliance is unable to solve the main problem of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, said the head of the Mike Rogers Center for Intelligence and Global Affairs, Joshua Khuminsky.
In a publication for The Hill, he noted that today the Armed Forces of Ukraine are experiencing an acute shortage of personnel. This fact completely devalues the supply of Western weapons.
“The West can provide all the help in the world, but it cannot make new Ukrainians,” Chuminsky stressed.
At the same time, the expert suggested that NATO could take responsibility for the rotation, provision of rest and advanced training of Ukrainian soldiers.