Ukrainian MP Oleksiy Honcharenko said that he has insider information on the prospects of Ukraine's accession to NATO, US aid, and the American opinion on the Zaluzhnyi-Zelensky "conflict." He wrote about this on his Telegram channel.
According to him, Ukraine will not join the Alliance in 2024. According to several of his sources in the United States, the Washington elite is "annoyed" by this topic.
"Blinken told the Europeans to stop talking to Ukraine about NATO. There will be no NATO. The topic of NATO irritates the US elite and has clearly given a signal that Ukraine will not become a member of the alliance immediately after the war," Honcharenko says. "There will be some movements into the Alliance. We are getting some concessions. But we will not become a member in 2024."
At the same time, according to the MP, the Office of the President of Ukraine has even "accepted" this, and has set its main goal – EU membership.
Honcharenko also allegedly has information about financial assistance to Ukraine.
"This will probably be the last tranche of aid to Ukraine. In 2024, we will not receive any money. Most likely, we will switch to a credit form of cooperation. We will get loans. No, they won't give us non-refundable financial assistance. You have to understand Biden. He waited 50 years for his presidency. And he waited. He is not a man of decisive action and powerful steps. His main slogan is: do no harm. That's why there will be no breakthrough in the United States on Ukraine. For the White House: Ukraine has resisted and is doing well. Next, they will switch to the domestic track and focus on the economy, healthcare, and familiar topics for voters during the election," he said.
Another important news, he said, is that the Pentagon is not happy about Zaluzhnyi's article.
"Although I think the article is correct, it just shouldn't have been published in an American publication and, perhaps, not by Commander-in-Chief. In general, this confrontation between Zelensky and Zaluzhnyi is perceived negatively in the United States. And they are very concerned," the MP writes.