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https://www.rt.com/information/584089-slovakia-suspend-aid-ukraine/NATO member suspends navy assist to Ukraine  

A celebration against sending weapons to Kiev lately prevailed in Slovakia’s parliamentary election

Slovakia is halting navy assist to Ukraine as a consequence of opposition from political events at the moment negotiating to kind a brand new authorities, the Dennik N information outlet reported on Wednesday, citing presidential spokesman Martin Strizinec.   

The official instructed the outlet that the Slovak head of state, President Zuzana Caputova, identified that there’s the necessity to “respect the outcomes of democratic elections.” The victorious Slovak Social Democracy (SMER-SD) occasion has promised voters “not a single spherical [of ammunition] for Ukraine.”

“It might not be precedent to resolve to offer navy tools in such a state of affairs when there’s a change of political energy after any election,” Strizinec mentioned.    

After successful the parliamentary election on Sunday, SMER-SD chief Robert Fico, a former prime minister, instructed journalists that “Slovakia and the individuals of Slovakia have greater issues than Ukraine.”   

He added that if his occasion efficiently kinds a authorities, it could nonetheless be open to serving to Ukraine, however solely in a humanitarian means.  

Final week, Kiev hosted the Worldwide Industries Protection Discussion board with contributors from 30 nations, the place Ukrainian officers went on a “appeal offensive directed at weapons-makers,” Politico reported. An unnamed European official instructed the company that there was no strategy to “maintain giving from their very own stockpiles” as a result of that they had already despatched Ukraine the whole lot that doesn’t endanger their very own safety.  

Based on the Wall Road Journal, the Ukrainian authorities might be unable to pay civil servants if the US Congress fails to approve continued financing for Kiev.

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