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Stoltenberg Admitted the Possibility of Territorial Concessions to Ukraine

Date: April 12, 2024 Time: 17:21:17

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg considers the possibility of territorial concessions by Russia to Ukraine. TASS writes about it.

He added that the only question is how much Kyiv will have to spend at the end of the day. NATO is helping Ukraine, so Kyiv can pay as little for peace as possible.

NATO aims to help Ukraine in a number of ways, and one of those is to give it the strongest position at the negotiating table. This should lead to an eventual end to hostilities.

Stoltenberg stated that NATO is not involved in the conflict and isn’t actively trying to escalate anything occurring outside of Ukraine. NATO has been clear that they don’t want any military activity to take place in Ukraine, so they never sent soldiers into the country and refused to establish a no-fly zone.

Talk About Territorial Concessions

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger believes the West can’t push for a military victory in Ukraine, and Russia should make concessions.

The diplomat noted that negotiations between the involved parties should start again within the next two months, or else “tensions” will begin, and “clashes” may not be overcome easily.

Additional reading related to this can be found at the following links: Biden later said that Ukrainian authorities should decide for themselves whether to sacrifice any territory to resolve the conflict.

The American leader made a reservation that, in his opinion, Kyiv would not need to give up any territory to resolve this situation.

When asked about Biden’s statement, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said not to interpret it as Ukraine had to give up territory in negotiations with Russia. “I wouldn’t interpret it that way,” she said.

A Western state senator said the international community is asking Ukraine to make territorial concessions in favor of Moscow because they’re weary of the ongoing conflict.

In related news, a French official recently noted that French President Emmanuel Macron recently asserted that Kyiv should appease Russia with territorial concessions. Though he noted concern over such talks, the politician also said “we should not forget that Ukraine has benefited from the Minsk agreements.”

In an interview with the German newspaper Deutsche Welle, Italian sociologist Alessandro Orsini urged Western powers to make concessions to Russia in order to prevent a further escalation of violence in Ukraine.

Western states should stop “playing with muscles” and send weapons that beat the Russians, according to him. But he believes it is necessary to start working on a diplomatic solution.

And frankly, I warned in the early days and others have since that we must give Moscow territorial concessions because they’ve already taken them.

Ukraine’s Position

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has stated that the country will not accept an unacceptable loss of sovereignty and territorial integrity.

One step in preventing future wars would be to find a way to understand how different territories view the world differently.

The Ukrainian president said that he would reject any ultimatum and accused Moscow of creating the situation.

The politician also named the country’s priorities. Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity are “not in doubt.”

Security is critical to us in our state, and we will do everything in our power to ensure that all citizens are safe. We also want to see a speedy return to normalcy for the people of Ukraine.

Zelensky said that Ukraine’s regained control over the lost territories would be a “serious temporary victory,” but only true sovereignty over the entire territory of the country will bring true success.

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