Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has warned that an increase in "irritating statements" about Ukraine can be expected in connection with the US election campaign.
According to Kuleba, both the Republican and Democratic parties in the United States have individual representatives who express dissatisfaction with the support for Ukraine, but they are in the minority.
However, as the election campaign approaches, we can expect more criticism and unfriendly statements.
"However, it is clear that the further the election campaign unfolds, the more we will hear statements that will irritate us. Because it is an election, and those who are running against the current government must criticize the current government. This is the law," the Foreign Minister said.
The minister emphasized that during his recent visit to the United States he did not feel the start of the election campaign.
"Ukraine understands that when the opponents of the Biden administration attack the administration on the issue of Ukraine, the key topic will be the alleged inefficiency of the use of American funds and corruption in Ukraine," Kuleba said.
The minister emphasized that for a year and a half, American auditors have not made any claims against Ukraine regarding the use of US aid.