The chief of staff of the residence of the American president, Ron Klain, at the same time indicated that, although the United States does not interfere in the political future of Ukraine, they will continue to help it militarily.

The conflict in Ukraine is far from over; the United States will continue to provide military support in this situation. This was stated on Sunday in an interview with ABC by the head of the White House staff Ron Klain.

Commenting on the statements of the Russian Federation about the decrease in the activity of its military in the Kyiv and Chernihiv directions, Klain suggested that now Russia “can transfer them to the east.” “Unfortunately, the war is far from over,” he added.

Klain also did not answer the question of whether the United States is ready to accept such a variant of the agreement between Moscow and Kyiv, according to which Ukraine will be divided on the model of the Korean Peninsula. “These issues should be resolved by Ukraine, but I note that President [of Ukraine Vladimir] Zelenskiy said that this is unacceptable for him,” Klain added.

At the same time, the White House representative pointed out that although the United States does not interfere in the political future of Ukraine, they will continue to help it militarily. “Ukrainians will have to determine the political future of Ukraine. Militarily, this attack must be repelled, which is why we are doing so much to support President Zelenskiy and his army,” Klain said.