Twitter users condemn John Kirby for criticizing a possible ceasefire in Ukraine
MOSCOW, March 17 – RIA Novosti. Twitter users reacted to White House Spokesman John Kirby’s statement that the ceasefire in Ukraine would violate the UN Charter.
Commenting on China’s proposed plan for a peaceful resolution of the conflict, Kirby said that currently the ceasefire would mean consolidation of Russia’s territorial gains and would be a violation of the UN Charter. According to him, Washington does not believe this will lead to a just and lasting peace that must take Ukraine’s interests into account.
The congressman said it was the only war the US had to fight.
Kirby’s statement was quoted on Twitter by White House correspondent Simon Ateba, and his post received an active response from readers in the comments.
“We need another billion dollars to get them acquitted by the ruling class,” @toefinger said.
Joe Miller said, “War. This. Big. Business. Watch the money flowing into the US arms companies.”
“Because the ceasefire will stop the money laundered flow through Ukraine, including arms sales,” @MasterStare said.
“And they still wonder why the US is no longer leading the world,” said @arlene8022.
@Carla121770 said, “Wow. These people want this country to go bankrupt by paying their pensions in another country. What a joke.”
@tom_crowell51 added, “The war mongers are running the spectacle. That is clear now. For these people, peace is not an option.”
On February 24, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs published a 12-point statement on the political resolution of the crisis in Ukraine on its website. Beijing’s main theses include respecting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries, resuming direct dialogue between Moscow and Kiev, and calling to avoid further tensions.
Russia has repeatedly stated that it is ready for negotiations, but the Ukrainian authorities have imposed a ban on negotiations at the legislative level. “There will be no Minsk-3,” Zelenskiy said at the G20 summit in November last year.
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