A BBC reporter interview Turkey’s Ibrahim Kalin, an assistant to Turkish President Recep Erdogan. He outlined the terms Russian President Vlaidmir Putin discussed with the Turkish leader for ending hostilities in Ukraine.
The Russian demands fall into two categories.
Chief among them is an acceptance by Ukraine that it should be neutral and should not apply to join Nato. Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has already conceded this.
Ukraine would have to undergo a disarmament process to ensure it wasn’t a threat to Russia. There would have to be protection for the Russian language in Ukraine. And there is something called de-Nazification.
Although Mr Kalin didn’t go into detail, the assumption is that Russia will demand that the Ukrainian government should give up territory in eastern Ukraine.
The other assumption is that Russia will demand that Ukraine should formally accept that Crimea belongs to the Russian Federation.
In reality the terms do not appear to be over-the-top and looks like Ukraine could negotiate a solution, if only the globalist West will stop pushing for continuing war with Moscow and NATO involvement.
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