Kosachev: The desire for peace and the supply of arms to Ukraine are multifaceted actions
MOSCOW, November 22 – RIA Novosti. Commenting on NATO Secretary General Jens Stolteberg’s words about a peaceful solution that Ukraine can accept and continued military aid to Kiev, Konstantin Kosachev, Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council, said that the time has come for “obsessed politicians” in the West to understand. that the desire for peace and the supply of arms to Ukraine are multifaceted and mutually exclusive actions, and that it is not “more death for peace” that will bring the negotiations closer.
Speaking at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly meeting in Madrid, Stoltenberg noted that the organization wants to reach an acceptable peaceful solution for Ukraine and therefore should continue military aid to Kiev.
According to Kosachev, it is sometimes difficult to believe in mutually exclusive theses born “of the same mind”.
“To start moving towards peace, you have to keep bombarding Kiev with guns, while at least someone can use them. And the more people die, the closer a peaceful solution is. About the solution.” The warning “acceptable for Ukraine” is often a very dangerous warning. : More and more politicians and experts in NATO countries point out that the interests and goals of Kiev and the alliance countries are far from the same in this respect. bloc, creation of a no-fly zone, etc.,” the politician wrote on his Telegram channel.
Kosachev believes that if Stoltenberg supported this logic, he would not only act against the interests of the citizens of NATO countries, but also indulge in the “frantic logic of Ukrainian adventurers who are now choosing between a world war and the punishment of local Nazis. Reconciliation with Russia.” “And they seem much more comfortable with the first scenario. The question is, to what extent have people in the West authorized Brussels to draw them into conflict with a nuclear power? For some reason, less important issues arise.” “It was decided by voting, but the question of life and death was handed over to several anti-Russian officials who were not elected by the people.”
“It’s time for obsessive politicians in the West to realize that the desire for peace and an end to the bloodshed and the desire to fill Ukraine with even more weapons are multifaceted and mutually exclusive actions. More deaths for the sake of peace are certainly not the point. It will bring the negotiations closer,” he said.
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