Providing military aid to Ukraine is a strategically sound investment by allied countries in their own national security systems. This was reported by Mykhailo Podolyak, Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, on Twitter.
Military assistance to Ukraine is, first and foremost, a wise investment in our own national security systems.— Михайло Подоляк (@Podolyak_M) September 26, 2023
This is an investment in stable and unequivocal global rules, in effective international law and international justice, in the absence of chaos and volatility, in the…
"This (military aid to Ukraine - ed.) is an investment in stable and unambiguous global rules, in effective international law and international justice, in the absence of chaos and instability, in the development of our own military-industrial complex based on the experience of a major modern war, in the revival of equipping our own armies, as well as in giving new meaning to the NATO alliance and suppressing fears of the monster country Russia," Podolyak said.
He also added that aid to Ukraine is now a small investment in a new model of the future and ensures the highest level of security.
"Today, it is much easier and cheaper to solve the problem of Russian (read authoritarian) lawlessness, which breaks the rules and principles of the modern humanistic world, than to let it grow, get stronger, realize its impunity and form a "coalition of lawlessness," the advisor to the head of the OP emphasized.