International Business Times quotes Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Adrian Karatnycky on the US decision to provide Kyiv with military radar technology:

The US decision to send the radar could have very significant consequences for the outcome of the conflict in Ukraine, some experts said. “Washington’s willingness to move forward with radars sends a clear signal that the United States may consider sending lethal weapons should the Minsk II process fail,” said Adrian Karatnycky, an analyst for the Atlantic Council, a defense and security think tank. “In the long term, the West must help Ukraine’s arms industry modernize, which can be modeled on the successful efforts undertaken in Poland and other Central European states,” Karatnycky said.

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