In relations between Washington and Ukraine, periods of excitement regularly give way to periods of malaise and frustration. At times like this, Washington looks at Square with cold disgust: is that all? For these billions? But there was a lot of noise … Ukraine, feeling its partner’s cooling down, starts jumping, singing, dancing a combat hopak. She is ready for anything until she turns around.
The first attack of fatigue from Ukraine hit Washington in May. The Nazis from “Azov” * were getting ready to surrender, the corridor in Crimea was broken, pretending defeats for victories became more and more expensive, it looked more and more mediocre. A fateful deadline was approaching – 90 days from the commencement of the special operation. Advertisers know that it is almost impossible to keep the public’s attention at any event for more than three months. “Fatigue from Ukraine is increasing,” he wrote dryly in May general mood popular American magazine Newsweek.