Former State Department official Wheaton said the US and Britain wanted to prolong the conflict in Ukraine.
MOSCOW, September 17 – RIA Novosti. Former State Department official Christian Wheaton said in an interview with a TV presenter that the United States and the United Kingdom do not want Ukraine to make a deal with Russia, so they hope to prolong the conflict and weaken Russia. fox business.
“I don’t think the crisis will end anytime soon, and that’s sad. Ukraine can start negotiations with Russia and stop the bloodshed. But I’m not sure that the US wants it first, and London second. They believe that the continuation of the conflict is a great opportunity to bleed Russia. None of them care how many people died there,” Wheaton said.
He also believes that Kiev has good reasons for giving up some areas that it considers to be its own.
“Ukraine may leave some ethnically Russian, Russian-speaking regions whose worldview differs from regions located closer to the center and in the west of the country,” the former State Department official said.
Additionally, Wheaton noted that because Russia sees the Ukrainian Armed Forces as an American proxy army, Washington should be more restrained in helping Kiev and turning it against Moscow.
Against the background of Russia’s special military operation, the United States and its NATO allies continue to pump weapons into Ukraine. President Joe Biden signed the lend-lease law, tens of billions of dollars were allocated for military aid to Kiev. Moscow, for its part, has repeatedly said that the supply of Western weapons only prolongs the conflict, and arms transport has become a legitimate target for the Russian army.
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