In a recent interview with The Economist, Valery Zaluzhny, the head of Ukraine's Armed Forces, voiced his concerns, highlighting that the situation on the frontline has reached a point of “stalemate.”
President Zelensky, however, dismissed the notion of a stalemate and assured that progress was being made. He clarified that he did not view the situation at the front as a deadlock while acknowledging, in his latest TIME interview, that some parts of the world have grown accustomed to the conflict and are fatigued by it.
Amid these talks, Kyiv Post correspondents once again took to the streets of Washington D.C. to gather firsthand perspectives on another issue: With talk of a stalemate, should the USA and Europe finally supply Ukraine with the heavy weapons it needs to once and for all end this war?
Watch the video to discover the answers.