‘We always wait,’ Zelensky laments constant delays, as analysts say Russia enjoys tactical advantage in Ukraine

‘WE ALWAYS WAIT’: It’s been the same story since the beginning of the war. The U.S. and its NATO partners debate and dither over what kinds of weapons to send to Ukraine, in what quantities, and how fast, and in the end, the final result is too little too late.

At yesterday’s NATO Forum, Secretary of State Antony Blinken proudly announced the first tranche of F-16 fighter jets, which Ukraine has been begging for, literally for years, are finally being shipped to the country. “I’m also pleased to announce that, as we speak, the transfer of F-16 jets is underway, coming from Denmark, coming from the Netherlands,” Blinken said. “Those jets will be flying in the skies of Ukraine this summer.”

As always, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky expressed effusive gratitude for the planes, additional Patriot missile systems, and other air defenses, even though later, in an interview airing on Fox
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