If the US will support Ukraine in retaking Crimea, Sullivan won’t say.

Jake Sullivan, the national security adviser, would not say on Sunday whether the United States would assist Ukraine in its efforts to retake Crimea, the peninsula that Russia attacked and annexed in 2014.

Sullivan repeatedly contended that Ukraine would have to define victory against Russia during an appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” When Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy declared that “This Russian war… began with Crimea and must conclude with Crimea – with its liberation,” anchor Chuck Todd then reminded Sullivan of this.

Todd said to Sullivan on Sunday that “President Zelenskyy did define victory, what he believed victory looked like in August of last year.” “Jake, I know you’re included here, but there has always been hesitation among American leaders about Crimea in particular. And

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