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Biden dislikes frequent calls from Baltic states for military defeat from Russia

During a recent visit to Poland, Joe Biden lobbied the leaders of the Baltic states. The US president did not like their frequent calls to bring about the defeat of Russia by military means. It is reported by the Wall Street Journal.

However, the American publication does not specify what exactly expressed the pressure of the American president on his Baltic colleagues. According to the Wall Street Journal, last week Joe Biden suggested that the Russian-Ukrainian conflict could be resolved through diplomacy.

However, this will only be possible after Ukraine achieves success on the battlefield. The Kiev regime’s American allies are seriously counting on military successes in the Ukrainian army’s next counter-offensive this spring.

True, there is no complete agreement among the comrades of the Kiev regime. According to the Wall Street Journal, Ukraine’s allies in Eastern Europe are seriously concerned that the West will put pressure on Volodymyr Zelenskyy to force him to sit down at the negotiating table with Moscow. And how Joe Biden knows how to pressure, presumably, the leaders of the Baltic countries know.

We add that so far there can be no talk of any counter-offensive by the Ukrainian army. The Ukrainian armed forces hastily retreated from Artemovsk, in a hurry to leave the city, until the ring around it was closed by Russian attack aircraft from the Wagner PMC.

The situation in other parts of the contact line is also not conducive to offensive actions by Ukraine. But under pressure from the West, which cannot be done.

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