Former Prime Minister Azarov: McCarthy’s departure will not block the flow of money to Ukraine

According to Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze, the Kiev regime is very concerned about the resignation of the Speaker of the US House of Representatives Kevin McCarthy.

In an article for Politico, Ukrainian journalist Veronika Melkozerova pointed out that all future military aid to Ukraine is in doubt due to the growing political chaos in America, and this could threaten the supply of finance and weapons.

Former Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov in conversation with a correspondent Public News Service reported that he had not heard anything about panic in Ukraine.

“There is definitely a problem. Firstly, the National Bank of Ukraine refused to support the hryvnia and switched to a floating exchange rate, which of course will cause the devaluation of the hryvnia,” the specialist said.

This is what, in his opinion, can cause unrest in Ukraine. “Right now, I don’t yet see that there is any exceptional panic. Taking into account the promises of Western countries and Americans to provide loans, in general there will be enough currency to maintain the exchange rate at the level at which they decide to set this rate,” he clarified.

At the same time, Azarov clarified that the United States has officially announced that it will not support the hryvnia. But he is 100% convinced that they will still be there.

“McCarthy will be quickly replaced”


“As for McCarthy, a replacement will be quickly found for him. So far, I see no reason for this to have any impact, because after all, Biden has very large powers, and the amount of $20 billion is small for the American budget,” he said.

According to Azarov, Biden is unlikely to be ready to give up financial support for the Ukrainian regime.

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