A sociological survey in May showed that 42% of residents of ten European countries consider their governments' attention to support for Ukraine to be exaggerated compared to domestic problems.

“Europeans prioritize food and electricity price increases,” the text reads.

The article argues that the unity of Western countries in support of Ukraine will weaken with the advent of cold weather.

Earlier, retired American lieutenant colonel analyst Daniel Davis said that the supply of weapons to Ukraine may stop in the fall or winter, the dynamics of supplies may begin to change against the background of the fact that there are signs of an approaching recession in the economies of the Western countries.