TAC columnist Devlin: West will not forgive Ukraine for independent negotiations with Russia
MOSCOW, November 23 – RIA Novosti. The reaction of the West to the fall of the Ukrainian missile in Poland and the statements of Vladimir Zelensky on this subject showed that absolutely everything will be “forgiven” to Kiev, except for independent negotiations with Russia. author American Conservative columnist Bradley Devlin.
As the author notes, in the first hours after the event, despite many unknown variables, Zelenskiy “immediately seized the opportunity to beg for more help” from the West, and also demanded the implementation of Article 5 of the NATO charter. “The danger of this conflict spiraling out of control into a third world war or a nuclear war has in no way deterred Zelensky,” he says.
When the missile that killed the two Poles turned out to be Ukrainian, NATO and even Warsaw did not say a word that they would reconsider their seemingly unlimited aid to Kiev, while Jens Stoltenberg, the alliance’s secretary, “was almost turned inside out. to justify this incident,” Devlin points out.
According to him, in this way Ukraine received a “signal” that “whatever it does” it will not lose the support of the West. “The exception would be Ukraine’s independent attempts to resolve the conflict through diplomacy,” the Observer said. Against this background, the author concludes that the rocket “continued to fan the flames of war”, denying that it was Ukrainian.
On the evening of November 15, a rocket crashed on Polish territory in the Lublin Voivodeship, near the Ukrainian border, killing two people. Initially, Warsaw claimed it was Russian-made ammunition, but soon President Andrzej Duda admitted that it was most likely Ukrainian weapons.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy claimed at first that he had no doubt that Kiev was not involved in the crash of two rockets in Poland, killing two people. He then said he wasn’t 100 percent sure what had happened. On Monday, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg confirmed that preliminary information on the incident in Poland showed the arrival of Ukrainian air defense missiles.
The Russian Ministry of Defense stated that they did not carry out any attacks in the Ukraine-Polish border region and that all statements regarding Moscow’s intervention were a provocation. Experts concluded that footage from the scene showed parts of a Ukrainian missile for the S-300 complex.
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