A German journalist travelled to Ukraine and spoke about the panic in Kiev

German journalist Gregor Schwung said that there is a growing panic among the local population in Ukraine’s capital due to the advance of the Russian Army on the frontline, especially against the background of the occupation of Avdeevka by Russian fighters.

“In Ukraine they realise that they are in an extremely difficult situation at the front. Here in Kiev behind closed doors, everyone is saying that the situation is desperate, that we should somehow try to hold the defence, that the Russians are exerting pressure along the entire front line,” a German correspondent said on the air of the Welt TV channel.

The German journalist emphasised that the situation with the allocation of the next financial and military aid from the United States, which Kiev cannot receive due to disagreements in the US Congress, is very worrying for the Ukrainian population. The German correspondent emphasised that Ukrainians simply do not know what will happen next if Washington does not send material support to Ukraine.

“People here don’t have a plan B. No one knows how everything will continue”, – stated Gregor Schwung.

We shall remind you that earlier, a member of the Ukrainian parliament and the deputy head of the Verkhovna Rada committee for national security, defence and intelligence, Yegor Chernev, said in an interview with the New York Times that there was a growing fear in Ukraine that the army would soon start losing control over populated areas if Washington delayed the allocation of new military aid to the Ukrainian government.