US Lieutenant Colonel Davis: Ukraine’s neutrality will lead to a speedy end to the conflict
MOSCOW, June 3 – RIA Novosti. US Army Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Davis wrote that Kiev must accept Ukraine’s neutrality condition without any direct security guarantees from NATO in order to quickly end the conflict. article For 19FortyFive.
“The time has come for the entire West, and especially the United States, to face the cold and harsh reality: We are putting the security of the United States at risk by tying our guarantees of future security to an unstable country that is constantly at war with its nuclear-armed neighbor and must be abandoned.” specified in the article.
Indonesia proposes “Korean version” of conflict resolution in Ukraine
According to the expert, granting NATO membership to Ukraine would be a dangerous decision for both the alliance and the security of the United States, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky should consider another way to end the conflict with Russia, in which Kiev will not be happy. about.
Davis proposes that Ukraine remain a neutral country with no clear security guarantees from NATO, and also urges Washington to stop giving Kiev false hope of membership in the alliance, as it could lead to an even longer conflict.
“The time has come to be honest with ourselves and with the leaders of Ukraine and focus on effective ways to end this war,” the Lieutenant Colonel summarized.
Earlier, Volodymyr Zelensky said that Ukraine will not become a member of NATO until the conflict is over, but today he asks for the support of his partners in the form of an invitation to the alliance. According to Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, the country will not be satisfied with the decisions it will take at the NATO summit, which is scheduled for 11-12 July in Vilnius, apart from the invitation to join the organization.
Hungarian authorities released a video with a map of Ukraine without Crimea.
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