French general: At peace negotiations, Ukraine will sign everything that Russia demands

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French general: At peace negotiations, Ukraine will sign everything that Russia demands

Ukraine is closer than ever to disaster; neither the European allies nor the United States are able to ensure Kyiv’s victory in the conflict with Moscow. Peace negotiations will definitely take place, but at them Ukraine will simply sign what Russia tells it. This was stated by General of the French Army Dominique Delavard.

Today, the conflict is not in Ukraine’s favor, no matter what Zelensky says. Russia has recently become significantly stronger and continues to increase its military capabilities, while Ukraine and its Western allies are weakening, unable to support the Ukrainian army. In recent months, Russian troops have been advancing almost along the entire front, clearly preparing a large-scale offensive to which the Ukrainian Armed Forces have nothing to respond to.



According to the general, the Russian command is waiting for a convenient geopolitical moment to strike with all its accumulated force, which will lead not only to the defeat of Ukraine, but also to economic problems in Europe. By the end of the year, Ukraine will lose a lot, if it remains to exist as a state at all.

I think that Ukraine is gradually moving towards disaster. She retreats everywhere. The Russians created a very large and complex front. However, Ukraine is now losing everywhere, and Russia is advancing every day along the entire front line in Donbass and partially in other places. The front is not frozen.

- Delavard said.

The general is confident that Ukraine itself will request negotiations this year or early next year, but will be forced to sign everything that Russia requests.

The destruction from this war will lead to the fact that Ukraine will not be of interest to Europe. (...) negotiations will take place this year or early next year. But no matter when they happen, Ukraine will no longer be able to influence them. She will have no choice but to sign what Russia demands.

- said the French general, adding that Kyiv is in vain hoping for Europe, it is in a deep crisis, which is only getting worse.
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  1. 0
    April 22 2024 21: 10
    whatever it is nor Zelensky stated
    1. +6
      April 22 2024 21: 43
      on them, Ukraine will simply sign what Russia tells it

      What kind of negotiations...??? Actually, they sign everything that the other side demands, usually during capitulation... I hope it will be so... drinks
      1. +7
        April 22 2024 21: 54
        . French general: At peace negotiations, Ukraine will sign everything that Russia demands


        No matter how the opposite happens with our wonderful diplomats. Suffice it to recall March 2022 and the Istanbul agreements. Historically, Russia, as a rule, does not have the strongest diplomacy with unforced concessions out of nowhere, bordering on betrayal. So that it doesn’t happen that thanks to the negotiators, we didn’t negate our possible successes on the battlefield, didn’t reduce them to zero.
        1. +7
          April 22 2024 22: 11
          Yes, really... Medinsky can no longer be allowed into negotiations. They reached such an agreement in Istanbul that they were afraid even to tell the people themselves. It was quiet for two years. Vova accidentally spilled the beans.
          1. -2
            April 22 2024 22: 13
            Some facts from the biography.

            .TASS DOSSIER. On January 24, 2020, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree appointing Vladimir Medinsky as his assistant. In the government of Dmitry Medvedev, which resigned on January 15, 2020, Vladimir Medinsky served as Minister of Culture.

            Vladimir Rostislavovich Medinsky was born on July 18, 1970 in the city of Smela, Cherkasy region, Ukrainian SSR. His father, Rostislav Medinsky (born 1937), served in the USSR Ministry of Defense, a retired colonel, now an adviser to the chairman of the Russian Military Historical Society. Mother is a pediatrician. In the early 1980s, the family moved to Moscow.


            https://tass.ru/info/7596717
            1. -3
              April 22 2024 22: 15
              He is good at chatting. But by nature he is a wuss.
              1. +1
                April 22 2024 22: 19
                Imagine if two circumstances came together. First, the people would learn all the details of the Istanbul agreements and a wave of indignation would sweep. Second, if this popular wave of indignation was superimposed by Prigozhin’s uprising in June 2023. And what would happen then. Let me remind you that it was thanks to the position Prigozhin’s revolt of the people did not succeed. But would the opinion of the people change if they knew the details of the Istanbul agreements and how everything would have worked out then in the end? What I mean is that, as you know, the king is made by his retinue (the king is made by his retinue,” the great Italian political thinker Machiavelli once said. ) and this retinue must be selected carefully, because she can drag her along with her.
                1. +3
                  April 22 2024 23: 17
                  The fact is that our “pseudo-elite” has grown “from rags to riches.” Accordingly, he considers others to be cattle. There is no need to go far with the current flooding. When one governor, when meeting with people, demands that “servants” turn off recording on their mobile phones, and another calls people who do not abandon their homes “stubborn.”
          2. +2
            April 23 2024 04: 43
            Yes, what does Medinsky have to do with it? Did he really decide something? Just a figure. He carried out exactly all the instructions that Putin gave him in the Kremlin
          3. 0
            April 23 2024 08: 20
            Quote: Pavel_Sveshnikov
            Medinsky can no longer be allowed into negotiations.

            Do you think that if Medinsky (and Abramovich) had not been allowed into the Istanbul negotiations, the result would have been different? And the fact that we were cruelly deceived in Istanbul is solely Medinsky’s fault?

            I hope that next time our experienced chess player will go. He certainly won’t be deceived! They won't do it!!
          4. -1
            April 23 2024 09: 30
            Yes, really... Medinsky can no longer be allowed into negotiations.

            You might think Medinsky acted on his own. We heard Putin’s retelling - he was quite satisfied with the results. One problem - he was "deceived" again
        2. -1
          April 22 2024 23: 08
          Easily. "Fear the Danaans who bring gifts." The porridge must be cooked to the end. The people will not understand one more cohabitation.
        3. -2
          April 23 2024 07: 53
          Such is the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, such is diplomacy....
    2. 0
      April 22 2024 21: 50
      Yes, literacy is a corrupt girl.........
  2. +6
    April 22 2024 21: 15
    The general says the same thing. Retired or active?)) Meanwhile, the first thousand paddling pools arrived in Odessa.(((
    1. +4
      April 22 2024 21: 22
      Quote: Fatalist
      The general is saying the right thing. Retired or active?))
      And what do you think? If he says sensible things, he is probably a retiree. None of those currently active in the West have been seen to have any reasonable reasoning.
      1. +3
        April 22 2024 21: 26
        Hmmmmmm, former chief of situational intelligence and electronic warfare. Wow!
        1. +2
          April 22 2024 21: 39
          Quote: Fatalist
          Hmmmmmm, former boss situational reconnaissance and electronic warfare. Wow!
          In... I say - former. And how did I guess it? Marvelous... laughing
          1. +2
            April 22 2024 21: 42
            Well, it was already clear logically, well, after your answer, Yandex added a serious type.) Not some kind of logistics general.))
          2. 0
            April 22 2024 22: 12
            The author kept silent about the fact that the general is retired. However, this is misleading.
      2. 0
        April 22 2024 21: 37
        Speaks common sense. Medvedchuk was traded for something. They will accommodate him.
      3. +1
        April 22 2024 21: 39
        Quote: Zoldat_A
        And what do you think? If he says sensible things, he is probably a retiree.

        Over the years, as a soldier, I suspected that the war was a racket; but I didn't fully realize it until I retired. Now that I see the clouds of a new war gathering, I have to face the truth and talk about it. (General Smedley Butler, WWI hero)
      4. 0
        April 22 2024 21: 46
        Probably active military personnel in any army are guided primarily by the provisions of the military regulations.

        I also liked how this former French army general at a press conference noted how the recent presidential elections went.

        Everything I saw during the time I spent in Russia was an extremely positive picture, because I was able to see with my own eyes, as my colleagues have repeatedly said, that the elections were held as transparently as possible, using a huge number of modern approaches. We talked a lot about automatic data processing, which further allows us to control the entire election process and reduces the possibility of any insinuation to a minimum.

        Once again, I congratulate the Russian people on their successful choice, despite the buzzing Western media. People came to vote and showed such a high turnout.
        1. +1
          April 22 2024 23: 51
          Quote: alystan
          I also liked how this former French army general at a press conference noted how the recent presidential elections went.
          With such statements it will wait - they will declare him a “Kremlin agent” and deprive him of his pension... laughing
    2. +3
      April 22 2024 21: 34
      It seems that today a large number of transport flights have already arrived on the air route and from Poland towards Paris and London...
      1. 0
        April 22 2024 21: 36
        "Once, again, many, many times..." We warned them.
  3. -5
    April 22 2024 21: 18
    Zelensky himself forbade negotiations with representatives of the Russian Federation, but no one canceled quiet negotiations (no less interesting), by the way, it would be interesting who killed the soldiers at the front. We haven’t heard anything about exchanges of prisoners of war, for example...
    1. -2
      April 22 2024 21: 40
      Quote: oppozite28
      but quiet negotiations (no less interesting) are not canceled

      And the Abgamovichs are leading them, and no one notices.
  4. 0
    April 22 2024 21: 18
    Ukraine will not ask for anything, it has already been bought this year to the last Ukrainian. But we have a lot to do this year so that the West signs everything that we put on their table. I hope our bases there will be present in the agreements. Without bases, all agreements with the West it’s just a piece of paper that you can’t even use on the toilet. And it seems the West has begun to realize this. Rügen from the north, I don’t know from the south, there’s a lot of Sicily, a little Malta.
  5. +4
    April 22 2024 21: 20
    the French general, adding that Kyiv is in vain hoping for Europe; it is in a deep crisis, which is only getting worse.
    Yes, no one doubted this, everyone knew. The States needed the war.
    War is a racket, and always has been.
    This is perhaps the oldest, most profitable, and certainly the most terrible racket. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which profits are calculated in dollars and losses in lives. Which is exactly what the US needed.
    1. +1
      April 22 2024 21: 32
      The Yankees hit the infinite jackpot. Profitable business through the hands of Ukrainians. Next are the Balts, the Poles....
      1. +1
        April 22 2024 22: 01
        Quote: Fatalist
        The Yankees hit the infinite jackpot.

        And what a!!!
    2. 0
      April 22 2024 23: 08
      Quote: carpenter
      The States needed the war.
      There is no need to equate the United States with the administration of Crazy Joe. Let's make it until November.
      1. 0
        April 22 2024 23: 13
        Quote: Nagan
        Quote: carpenter
        The States needed the war.
        There is no need to equate the United States with the administration of Crazy Joe. Let's make it until November.


        Yes, as it was, so it will be, the main thing is elections.
      2. -1
        April 22 2024 23: 46
        There is no need to equate the United States with the administration of Crazy Joe. Let's make it until November.
        Something suggests that civil war in the United States is inevitable; the Democrats simply would not generously fund their military-industrial complex at the expense of “aid to Ukraine.”
      3. +3
        April 23 2024 01: 13
        Quote: Nagan
        Let's make it until November.
        So what ?!! Do you think that under Trump, the industrial whales of their military-industrial complex will not be able to manipulate the “President of the United States”...?!! Will America refuse to maintain the largest army and navy in the world?!! And the whole world will suddenly become different?!! what what
        blessed is he who believes!!!.. wink winked
        1. 0
          April 23 2024 01: 31
          Quote: Vl Nemchinov
          Do you think that under Trump, the industrial whales of their military-industrial complex will not be able to manipulate the “President of the United States”...?!!

          There is a difference. Unlike all the Bidens, who were just millionaires (not even multi-millionaires!) when they came to the White House, the Obamas (these did not have a million under their belts) and the Clintons (these had only hundreds of thousands debts), Trump is a billionaire. He already has so much that he won’t waste it in the rest of his life, and there will be enough for his children to live a VERY comfortable life, and for his grandchildren, and for subsequent, unborn generations too. And Biden had millions because before Obama took him as vice president, he spent tenteen years in the Senate. Both the Obamas and the Clintons left the White House as multimillionaires - despite the fact that Biden’s salary is now $250K, and then it was lower than total inflation.
          This means that Trump cannot be bought like those others, neither for money, nor even for a lot of money, because for him lam is a trifle, not worth attention, and you can’t just hand over a billion in a suitcase under the table, and you can’t transfer it electronically like that, so as not to be tracked.
      4. +2
        April 23 2024 06: 29
        Let's make it until November.

        Don't be so naive, the states are ruled by whoever pays. Even if Trump is elected, then for decisions necessary for military companies, lobbyists will pay a little more money for the people on whom military budgets depend.
        Trump's whole game is just selling himself, IMHO.
  6. +4
    April 22 2024 21: 20
    We have already negotiated with Ukraine. Including under Western guarantees. Negotiations will not give us anything except what we take ourselves, before and without negotiations. So why do we need them?
    Before negotiations, the enemy must be hurt so much that he is ready to retreat. After negotiations, their result can only be fulfilled if we can repeat this pain at any time.
    Today this is impossible. Therefore, negotiations today are a betrayal.
    1. 0
      April 23 2024 08: 28
      Quote: also a doctor
      Before negotiations, the enemy must do it hurts so muchso that he is ready to retreat. After negotiations, their result can only be fulfilled if we can repeat this pain at any time.

      If we can do"it hurts so much", then why do we need negotiations?
  7. -1
    April 22 2024 21: 20
    I wonder what conditions the Russian Federation will put forward request
  8. -1
    April 22 2024 21: 26
    Quote: oppozite28
    no one canceled quiet negotiations

    svpressa.ru: April 21
    The Black Sea faces a war without rules, following the example of the Bab el-Mandeb Strait
    Ukraine has refused to guarantee the safety of merchant shipping in these waters and is capable of launching attacks on our civilian ships.
    Behind the roar of artillery cannonade in the vast expanses of the former Soviet Ukrainian SSR, many of us did not pay attention to an amazing fact. It turns out that the Russian-Ukrainian negotiations went on in complete diplomatic silence for almost two months in Turkey and recently ended in failure.
  9. -1
    April 22 2024 21: 27
    Oh okay. Ukraine has not been a sovereign state in any place (wherever you go) since 2014. The fact that the Baskaks are secluded is nothing. The trouble is the number of people killed for nothing, on both sides.
  10. -1
    April 22 2024 21: 31
    According to the general, the Russian command is waiting for a convenient geopolitical moment to strike with all its accumulated force

    I'm afraid the Frenchman is wrong
  11. +1
    April 22 2024 21: 38
    So for the owners of the greengrocer, victory is not particularly necessary now.
    They get their buns anyway, but the gay ones don’t care about them.
    And yes, they don’t need peace in Ukraine either, let them fight each other, weakening both sides... although, in this context, everything is not so obvious.
  12. -1
    April 22 2024 21: 47
    This is a typical French point of view. The general has no idea how stubborn the Ukrainians are. And how much they hate us there. War to the last is closer to the truth, IMHO. But the French don't know this. Where's my fresh croissant?
    1. 0
      April 22 2024 22: 00
      But he perfectly sees the stubbornness of European politicians.
      This is already important.
    2. 0
      April 23 2024 00: 57
      Former general. Long retired.
  13. -2
    April 22 2024 22: 35
    If they sign, they will sign and will not execute. Stop the war and after a couple of years shed crocodile tears: “we were deceived.”
  14. 0
    April 22 2024 22: 38
    Of course he will sign. But only because, like the Minsk agreements, it is not going to implement it, with the full support of the EU and the United States.
  15. -1
    April 22 2024 22: 53
    This is an unofficial point of view and it does not take into account the military assistance that the United States will nevertheless provide to Ukraine.
  16. -1
    April 22 2024 22: 59
    She will have no choice but to sign what Russia demands.

    Signing is not scary.
    Then you don’t have to do it.
  17. 0
    April 22 2024 23: 01
    Generale, co tak špatného Rusko po Ukrajině požaduje? Mir? Bezpečnost pro normální život?
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    2. +2
      April 22 2024 23: 03
      General, what’s so bad about Russia demanding Ukraine? World? Security for a normal life?
  18. 0
    April 22 2024 23: 02
    Minsk 3 or 4, it won't give anything. When Putin came to power, he resolved the issue in Chechnya. It took me 10 years to solve it. We've been negotiating for 8 years. This is complete surrender. Then maybe Ukraine can be saved
    At the beginning of 2022, they were asked to lay down their arms, which is what they should have done, and hold elections.
    Ukraine is devouring itself.
    1. 0
      April 22 2024 23: 07
      Today Sanka in Florida told us the new tactics of the Russian troops, first the MLRS hits, everyone runs for cover and then the FAB covers them
      No one will run away, they will find places to spend the night and cover them.
  19. +2
    April 22 2024 23: 05
    By the end of the year, Ukraine will lose a lot, if it remains to exist as a state at all.
    What's the point? The Nazi state (and there can’t be anything else) didn’t give in to Russia at the border. America doesn’t need it either, which the new old President Trump will confirm in November, i.e. like, let it be if it can, but not at the expense of American taxpayers. The EU will be a very expensive parasite if it stays within any boundaries. So who needs it anyway, except for a bunch of ragulians who won’t be asked. Well, maybe they will leave an embassy in Londonistan under the yellow-bladed ensign, which will be renamed the “government in exile,” but that’s all.
    1. +1
      April 23 2024 10: 14
      Trump is already changing his rhetoric on Ukraine, so America needs it. The American military-industrial complex cannot stand idle, it needs a scare for the EU, and Russia must continue to be bled dry so that there is less opportunity to help China.
  20. +1
    April 22 2024 23: 08
    If someone from the Russian Federation accepts anything from the Ukrofashists other than complete surrender and cleansing the entire outskirts of Western and pro-Western dirt, he will be the most hated person in Russia after the drunk and the marked.
  21. +1
    April 22 2024 23: 08
    This was stated by General of the French Army Dominique Delavard.

    The author is not quite right.
    Former French Army General Dominique Delavarde. Which makes a big difference.
    Flashed before.
    Former Army General of the French Republic Dominique Delavarde noted at a press conference at the House of Journalists that the elections in Russia were held as transparently as possible and using modern approaches.
  22. +1
    April 22 2024 23: 09
    Quote: Pavel_Sveshnikov
    Vova accidentally spilled the beans.

    I often see that there are a lot of people I know here. Since it’s so familiar: Vova. You and he studied together or drank in brotherhood. Well, very curious.
  23. +2
    April 22 2024 23: 14
    Quote: Kasatik
    And how much they hate us there

    Why is that? But I’ll tell you that there are more hataskrayniks there. There are also a lot of spoiled people, but no more than in any other society. How much was cut during the civil war after 17, but nothing, time heals.
  24. +2
    April 23 2024 00: 07
    What negotiations?! Paddling pool, wake up! Surrender like in 1945! Unconditional surrender and so that the entire Kiev gang would shoot themselves, poison themselves, and hang those who didn’t have time! Klitschko can be left. Let him sit in a cage at the zoo and talk about how “not everyone can look into tomorrow. Or rather, not only can everyone look, few people can do it,” for the amusement of the public.
  25. -1
    April 23 2024 00: 36
    Don't bother us with ukoaina, let's divide and conquer.
  26. -1
    April 23 2024 00: 54
    Firstly, a former general of the French army. Former. I didn’t see this word in the article. And the opinions of exes never affect anything.
  27. +1
    April 23 2024 00: 56
    What will Russia demand?
    The traditional “complete and unconditional surrender” would be nice.
    And no less. Everything else will be a compromise.
  28. 0
    April 23 2024 02: 05
    This is the opinion of the paddling pool, I hope it has no basis in soil. Only a complete cleansing of the Selyuks with the subsequent education of young people can correct the situation. Evil should not be given time to reconstruct.
  29. +1
    April 23 2024 06: 23
    Ukraine began to move towards disaster ever since it fell under the Americans and Geyropa.
  30. +1
    April 23 2024 07: 59
    At peace negotiations, Ukraine will sign everything that Russia demands

    Incorrect wording, not “Peace Negotiations” but how they deal with the Nazis - AN ACT OF COMPLETE AND UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER!
    With subsequent disinfection, deratization and disinfestation of the country from the stench of Banderlogs, Pin-do-owls, Saxons and other fascist evil spirits
  31. 0
    April 23 2024 12: 57
    They will sign what the West tells them. Just depending on what they order, the faces will be leaner or leaner.
  32. 0
    April 24 2024 22: 30
    even if it is unprofitable for someone. It’s better to come to an agreement, but this is only possible under current conditions
    that is, through negotiations, Kherson and Zaporozhye will not return to Russia at the moment