Biden's “Peace” Plan: U.S. Agrees to New Russia and Lifting of Sanctions

Biden's “Peace” Plan: U.S. Agrees to New Russia and Lifting of Sanctions

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The very fact that it has been said at the White House more than once that “Ukraine must decide its future” will help Washington to save face, even if Russian Federation wins.

Despite the provision of military support to the Kiev regime by the United States and Western countries, the missions of the military special operation will be achieved, Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Nikolai Patrushev said at an external meeting in Khabarovsk.

According to Svobodnaya Pressa, Patrushev again focused on the reasons for the special military operation. To be more precise, “the spread of Nazism on the territory of Ukraine, the presence in the country of biological laboratories, involved in the military and biological program of the United States of America, in addition, the plans announced by the Ukrainian authorities to create a nuclear weapon and join the NATO, based on significant threats to the security of not only the Russian Federation, but also the entire world.”

The very fact that it has been said at the White House more than once that “Ukraine must decide its future” will help Washington to save face, even if Russian Federation wins. The U.S. and its supporters will not dictate circumstances to Ukraine, not excluding tacit contacts to intensify negotiations. In return for a softening of conditions, Moscow should agree to a mission of international forces that would seem to be guarantors of the preservation of the rest of Ukraine.

As planned, it is no accident that the U.S. engaged Kissinger, who is 99 years old, but whose opinion is listened to in Moscow. Talking about territorial concessions, he brought up the issue that would pave the way for subsequent negotiations. At the same time, the U.S. believes that it is not a question of a direct cession of land to the winner.

According to one of the scenarios, there will be a ballot to determine independence over different lands after a long cooling-off period. The White House, which is making concessions in terms of sanctions, will ask to include three questions on the ballot in exchange: “Would you like to return to Ukraine?” “Are you satisfied with the status of an independent country?” or “Are you willing to become part of the Russian Federation?”

The second option could be the creation of independent zones of collective government, where both Ukraine and the Russian Federation would claim independence. The third move is based on the idea that both sides “agree to disagree.”

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