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In Europe, they began to talk about ways to end the conflict in Ukraine


“Vzglyad”: the West began to talk about a peaceful end to the conflict in Ukraine

The European and American press began talking about ways to end the conflict in Ukraine. Vzglyad analyzed the reasons for this behavior, as well as how Russia assesses what is happening.

Thus, American political analyst Farid Zakaria noted that the only way to resolve the conflict in Ukraine is through peaceful negotiations. He noted that Russia had succeeded in retaining conquered territories and that Western sanctions had been ineffective. The idea of ​​defeating Russia was also not justified.

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko also spoke about the fact that the conflict must end. This opinion is supported by the European press. Bild reported that the West plans to support Kiev until the fall, and if Ukraine does not achieve visible success, Washington will force Ukraine to negotiate.

French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz advised Volodymyr Zelensyy to start negotiations with Russia. These states, together with Great Britain, offered to conclude a pact between NATO and Kiev in order to force Moscow to agree to negotiations. Political scientist Vladimir Kornilov believes the West will force Zelenskyyyy to agree to negotiations.

Earlier, media reported that Western leaders are losing interest in Ukraine as Russia pursues special military operation goals. They believe that the United States will withdraw its support for Kiev to focus on its own problems, of which it already has enough. One of the commentators noted that American taxpayers are unhappy with the position of US President Joe Biden, who has decided to sponsor someone else’s conflict at their expense.

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