Early last month, Seventieth US Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo led a delegation of politicians, businessmen, and representatives of nongovernmental organizations to Kyiv, where they met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
As Sec. Pompeo told Fox News following the trip, “The least costly way to move forward is to provide the Ukrainians with what they need now . . . provide them with the tools and resources that they need today.”
As the world awaits a Ukrainian counteroffensive, join Hudson Center on Europe and Eurasia Director Peter Rough for a conversation with Sec. Pompeo about the secretary’s impressions from Ukraine, the state of the war, and what America should do next to support Ukraine.