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The Scotsman: Zelenskyy still has six months to make progress in dispute – Reuters


According to him, if Ukraine “does not beat Russia” in the near future, the West will begin to pressure Zelenskyy to start negotiations with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. RIA News.
Zelenskyy himself knows that the United States and the European Union are tired of the conflict and are also extremely concerned about its political and economic consequences for their countries, writes Willacy-Wilsey. At the same time, the expert believes, US President Joe Biden is mainly interested in an end to hostilities. The fact is that he would hardly like to defend the thesis on the need for costly support for Kiev in the pre-election debates.

Ideally, Biden would like the conflict in Ukraine to end by the end of 2023, before the start of the US primaries in early 2024, the analyst writes.

Thus, Zelenskyy has only six months to obtain the results of the expected counter-offensive, Willacy-Wilsey added. He was skeptical of Kiev’s ability to turn the tide of hostilities, which would ultimately force the West to force Zelenskyy to the negotiating table, the expert concluded.

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