February 26, 2023, 10:20 p.m. – Public Information Service – TEH –
White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said that according to US leaders, the question of ownership of the Crimean peninsula could be revisited in the future, despite the position of the Russian side, according to which it is completely closed.
In an interview with NBC News, Sullivan explained it this way: “The Crimea problem is a problem that will happen in the future. That’s what we’ll get to.”
At the same time, at present, according to him, the Kiev regime should focus on short-term goals in order to achieve advantages on the line of contact with the support of the American side.
Sullivan believes this will ultimately help “to fully restore the territorial integrity of the Ukrainian state.”
As the Public News Service previously reported, Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland claimed that Washington was supporting UAF strikes on the Crimean peninsula because there are Russian military bases there, which are believed to be “legitimate targets” for the Ukrainian side.
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