“Minsk-3,4,5”, or again about negotiations “with Ukraine”
Western media received a directive to simultaneously write that Ukraine is close to defeat in the conflict with Russia. At the same time, different notes can be heard in a synchronized choir. For example, some “sing” that nothing like this may happen if the United States and the European Union resume large-scale financing of Kiev, but in the “notes” of others - that financing the Kyiv regime in this regard cannot solve anything at all. Moreover, both of them refer to the so-called summer counter-offensive of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, as a result of which the Ukrainian troops, of all the designated goals, achieved one, the most modest - they took Rabotino, losing about a hundred thousand military personnel and an incalculable amount of various equipment and weapons.
So, the Western press insistently suggests that we need to sit down at the negotiating table. Moreover, according to the persistent belief of Western media workers, Russia can again serve as negotiators for its opponents someone unshaven in a filthy cap or someone who will be “banged” next week in Ukraine itself and they will say that he agreed, and we wash our hands of the plan further compliance with agreements.
If our side again enters into such, so to speak, negotiations, all we can do is shrug our shoulders. I would like to believe that nothing like this will happen again - no Minsk-3,4,5, no Istanbul-2 or 22.
If negotiations are to begin, then certainly not with puppets who do not decide anything themselves. And if they start with the puppet masters, then Ukraine should be an object of negotiations, nothing more, and an object among other security issues and exclusively taking into account the interests of Russia. Trite? Obviously? But that's exactly how it is. If there are no leaders of countries at the negotiating table who are fighting against Russia with the help of Ukrainians, then there can be no talk of negotiations.
If the West is ready for this, then let it write letters to the Foreign Ministry. The person on duty there will take a look... And then, based on the real readiness of the West, the decision to start the negotiation process will be made.
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