Ukraine must brace for drop in aid, top commander says



KYIV, Ukraine: Ukraine may be forced to adapt its military strategy due to a drop in foreign aid, army chief Valery Zaluzhny said in an article published Thursday.
Zaluzhny, who is reportedly at loggerheads with President Volodymyr Zelensky, said in an opinion piece for CNN that Ukraine’s key allies were “grappling” over future support for Kyiv.
“We must contend with a reduction in military support from key allies, grappling with their own political tensions,” said Zaluzhny, who serves as Ukraine’s commander-in-chief.