US plans to "push" Zelenskyy for clearer plan of war
American partners are planning to discuss a plan of waging the war with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy next week during the World Economic Forum in Davos
Bloomberg reported the information, citing its own anonymous sources.
It noted that US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan is likely to raise this topic with Zelenskyy on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum.
In addition, US officials will continue to insist on this topic in the coming weeks to discuss non-public issues.
The outlet notes that officials in Washington are concerned that disagreements between Zelenskyy and Armed Forces Commander Valerii Zaluzhnyi are slowing down efforts to develop a new strategy.
"Ukraine’s military is currently developing plans for 2024 and a full range of options are under consideration, one of the people said. The US wants to determine how it can best align its support to help Ukraine defend itself in the coming year," the source said.
US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and his South Korean counterpart Chang Hojin discussed support for Ukraine in the war with Russia.