When winter is near, Biden must try to maintain the spirit of supporting Ukraine at home and abroad, preventing holes due to economic pressure.

US President Joe Biden over the past few months spent many hours dialogue with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and many other foreign leaders who did not always support the Ukrainian support alliance


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Last month, Prime Minister Modi surprised in a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying that this was not the era of the war.

Whether it is unclear whether this is due to Mr. Biden's effort, it shows that the US President is trying to maintain what is considered an important mission in his term: maintaining the spirit of supporting Ukraine both in and

Such holes are at risk of appearing more and more, when the war lasted for a long time, while the United States and its allies were about to enter the first winter since the Ukrainian war.

Mr. Biden and the G7 team leaders on October 11 held an online meeting and issued a joint statement, committed to continuing to support financial, humanitarian, military, diplomatic and legal support for Ukraine, announcing it to be adjacent to

US President Joe Biden during the phone talk with Russian President Vladimir Putin at David camp, Maryland, in February: Photo: Reuters.

But even when President Biden tried to maintain the global alliance, the US public opinion is increasingly dividing the efforts of weapons and financial aid to Ukraine.

A PEW poll that the proportion of Americans really worried about the risk of Ukraine failed decreased from 55% in May to 38% in September. Among the Republican members and supporters of the Communists.

Some US officials acknowledged that despite being unexpected with Mr. Modi's comment last month, they did not think that the Indo -Russia relationship would have a turning change.

But the diplomatic path is not easy.

Russia - Ukraine conflicts have escalated in recent weeks, after a series of tension events as Russia announced the merger of four Ukraine provinces, Moscow's commanding commands, the Kerch bridge explosion in the Crimea peninsula and the exercise.

US officials believe that the fighting between the two sides will cool down in the winter, when the weather is cold and the muddy ground will hinder military activities.

The White House has maintained the support of the dual party with a number of financial and weapons packages for Ukraine.

OPEC+, a group of oil exporting countries (OPEC) with alliances, including Russia and Saudi Arabia, on October 5 agreed to reduce the output of 2 million barrels of oil per day from November.

Maintaining the support of the National Assembly and the majority of the US public is what we are thinking and realizing that the challenge will increase over time, a senior official of the US government said.


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On the other side of the Atlantic, Europe is also racing to find a way to solve difficulties because of high fuel prices in the winter, threatening the support of countries with Ukraine, although currently European leaders are still

President Biden and Ukrainian President Volydymyr Zelensky have regularly exchanged since the conflict began with a frequency of 2-3 weeks, according to the White House official.

But this relationship is not always smooth.

In the early stages of conflict, President Zelensky repeatedly called on the United States and Western allies to send more weapons to Ukraine and apply more sanctions on Russia, even when Biden's government sent a number of institutes.

As a politician, Mr. Biden understood President Zelensky had to find ways to protect his people, but he also told his fellow Ukrainian counterpart that he could hardly continue to ask the US Congress to spend more money if Mr. Zelensky

However, when asked how long the US could continue to support Ukraine, Biden and top assistants often said until necessary.

Behind the scenes, many US officials said that both Russia and Ukraine could not win this conflict, but they excluded the intention to motivate Kiev to sit at the negotiating table.

Ukraine himself must make a decision on his own.

Damage on the streets of Kiev, Ukraine after the 10 -day ambushes on October 10.

Ukrainian officials say they do not want to negotiate, after recent successes on the battlefield.

Washington was not completely surprised by Russia's actions, because many US officials have seen signs of Russia who wanted to merge Ukraine territories last year.

On September 21, when Putin issued a part of the force and expressed his support for the Russian Merging Referemats, President Biden spoke before the UN General Assembly.

Ned Temko, a commentator of CSMONITOR, said that Biden's efforts have contributed to an important coalition in an attempt to respond to Russia, remind the leaders of the two sides of the Atlantic to the value of the copper value.

But to maintain a longer -term cohesion in NATO and EU may be a difficult challenge, Temko wrote.