UN Secretary General buried Syria as a state. And then what about Ukraine?
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon set a precedent, saying at a press conference in New York that, due to the ongoing civil war in Syria, it is becoming an increasingly viable state. Ban Ki-moon quotes ITAR-TASS:
The Syrians turned against each other. Intervened other states in the region. Radical groups have strengthened their positions. Syria is increasingly becoming a failed state.
In essence, this means that the UN Secretary General is not going to take reasonable steps in order to preserve Syria’s statehood. If so, then this is a real go-ahead for those who want to see Syria torn to pieces, with the subsequent transformation of the country into a set of hostile quasi-state formations (exclusively in the negative understanding of this term) entities.
Such an approach of the UN Secretary General looks (in the language of diplomacy) counterproductive. Indeed, in this case, nothing prevents the de jure collapse, for example, of Libya or Iraq. On the same basis, it may well be divided into parts, and Ukraine.
But the fact is that Ban Ki-moon spoke only about Syria. The leading reason for this selectivity is that at the head of Syria is a man who is like a bone in the throat of the United States - the main ideological inspirer of the Secretary General of the United Nations.
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