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The war in Ukraine: these are the factors that rekindle hope for peace


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Almost two weeks after the war, three negotiations between Russia And Of Ukraine And several rounds of diplomatic mediation, the war in Ukraine continues for 14 days, with the warring parties exchanging fire at various points within the Ukrainian border.

According to the data so far, Vladimir Putin will not back down if he does not achieve his goals, by capturing Kiev and removing Zhelensky from power, despite fierce opposition from the Ukrainians who attacked his troops.

As the West did not respond to his calls for help against the Russian invasion, the latter seemed to be catching up, but the chances were not in his favor. In fact, as he put it, The Zhelensky, Then NATO Ukraine is not ready to accept “temporarily occupied territories and points of unrecognized democracies can be discussed and compromised, not recognized by anyone other than the Russian Federation”.

It should be noted, however, that today the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov He will travel to Turkey, where he will meet with his Ukrainian envoy Dmitry Kuleba on Thursday, a meeting that will leave some windows of hope for the end of the war, as announced by Russian news agencies.

In the end, Zhelensky’s decision to surrender, the US embargo on Russian oil and diplomatic meetings could be factors in achieving the desired peace in the region.

Fourth ceasefire to evacuate civilians

Russia says a fourth ceasefire is expected today, creating humanitarian corridors in parts of Ukraine.

According to the French News Agency (AFP), the ceasefire will take effect on Wednesday morning to evacuate civilians from conflict zones in Ukraine.

# Breaking Russia announces a humanitarian ceasefire on Wednesday morning, according to agencies pic.twitter.com/GM2Rh8diWJ

– AFP News Agency (FPAFP) March 8, 2022

The ceasefire, the opening of humanitarian corridors and the expulsion of civilians from Ukrainian territories were discussed at length during the third round of talks between Ukraine and Russia on Monday.

Governor Dimitrov Giviki announced on Wednesday that the humanitarian route set up to evacuate civilians from the besieged Sumi would continue.

The official added that about 5,000 people were evacuated by bus from the city of 250,000 (northeastern Ukraine) following the Moscow-Kiev deal on the sidewalk. About 1,000 private cars also left for the city of Poltava in central Ukraine.

Sirens sound in Kiev early in the morning

Sirens sound in Kiev this morning.

More than half a million citizens are staying in Kiev, ready to defend their country’s capital. https://www.megatv.com/embed/?p=2020621183

Zelensky communication channels after NATO’s “no”

In a new message to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky spoke to ABC on Tuesday. At the same time, Mr. Zhelensky insisted that the Russian side was not ready to surrender.

“First, I am ready for dialogue, but we are not ready to give up,” Zhelensky said in an interview with American television when asked if Ukraine was ready to comply with Russia’s ceasefire. : Change the constitution and deny NATO membership, recognize Crimea as Russian and recognize the so-called LPR / DPR independence.

“It does not matter to me, it is to the people who elected me. As far as NATO is concerned, I lost interest in this issue because I realized that NATO was not ready to accept Ukraine.”

“Ukraine does not want to be a begging country, we do not want to be such a country, I do not want to be such a president,” he said.

“I’m talking about security guarantees,” he said.

According to Volodymyr Zhelensky, the main issue is how people who want to be a part of Ukraine will live on these lands. “All that needs to be done is for Putin to start talking, rather than living alone. I think he’s there,” he said.

Diplomatic efforts

According to Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoλουlu, his Russian and Ukrainian counterparts, Sergei Lavrov and Dmitry Kuleba, respectively, agreed to meet tomorrow, Thursday, March 10 in Antalya, Turkey.

The Turkish diplomat will attend a scheduled meeting confirmed by the Russian Foreign Ministry.

The day before, Tayyip Erdogan had a lengthy telephone conversation with Vladimir Putin, during which Ankara’s diplomatic effort may have received a green light from the Kremlin.

Turkey has condemned the Russian invasion following the common path of NATO member states, mainly militarily strengthening Ukraine with Turkish drones, but insisting on the role of mediators, i.e. maintaining good relations, without imposing any sanctions on Russia. Both parties to the war.

The views of the Chinese on the great ban and control from the United States

At the same time, the US government rejected Poland’s proposal to send 29 Soviet – era MIG fighter jets to defend Ukraine as “unsubstantiated.”

But the United States will send two European-based Patriot missiles to Poland to strengthen its defenses against the attack.

At the same time, Joe Biden said that “the United States has announced a ban on Russian oil imports, causing further pain for Vladimir Putin.”

However, the EU has not joined the embargo, but the British government has promised to phase out Russian oil imports by the end of this year. In fact, the EU has signaled that sanctions against Russia will be lifted by the end of the war.

For his part, Chinese President Xi Jinping called for “maximum control” in Ukraine overnight, saying “it hurts China to see the flames of war re-emerge in Europe.” This is his strongest statement to date on the Russian invasion.


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