United We Can Secretary General Ione Belarra noted that it is “incomprehensible” that the Russian and Ukrainian delegations meet in Belarus without support United Nations (UN) nor oversight of international surveillance.
He does this through a video broadcast on social networks, where he insists that it is necessary to bet on the path of diplomacy and negotiations. In addition, he criticizes the international community, which “make an effort” to escalate the war he calls “extremely dangerous”.
Thus, “United We Can” stand up to its government counterparts, the Socialist Party. On March 2, Pedro Sanchez announced in the Congress of Deputies that military equipment would be sent to Ukraine. Belarra says the decision is a “mistake” and fears it could “Slide further down the slope of war.”
The United We Can leader also showed her solidarity with the Ukrainian people, “who are suffering from a criminal encroachment on life and freedom.” Also adding that “It’s human, and it’s good that we can empathize with the suffering of others.”
Belarra notes: “Today, more than ever, we Democrats must say loud and clear that the war will not stop with another war.” In conclusion, we say that “No to war is a mandate imposed by decency, as well as reason and common sense.”
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