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Until Ukraine Ends Discrimination Against Russian-Speaking Citizens, Russia Vows To Continue Military Invasion

Vassily Nebenzia, Russia’s permanent ambassador to the UN, has stated that the war with the Ukraine may be resolved militarily or diplomatically, but only when Moscow has achieved its objectives.

The representative offered his thoughts on a potential course for putting an end to hostilities between the two sides during a briefing at the UN Security Council.

He claimed that until Ukraine ceases being a threat to Russia and discriminating against Ukrainians who speak Russian, there will be a chance to end the conflict.

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According to RT, Nebenzia said that “we stand ready for this scenario if this result can be obtained through dialogue. If not, then we shall use military force to complete our tasks.


The envoy reaffirmed that Russia is fighting against “the criminal nationalist dictatorship which came to power in 2014” rather than the Ukrainian people.

He claimed that the new Ukrainian government has been working to rid the nation of “anything that is tied to Russia, and to glorify Nazi collaborators.”

Nebenzia claimed that, had Kiev implemented the Minsk Agreements, which were signed in 2014 and 2015 in an effort to foster peace by awarding the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics special status within the Ukrainian state, “things may have ended differently for Ukraine.”

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Nebenzia claims that the proposal was never meant to be carried out by either French or German negotiators who participated in the Minsk Agreements negotiations or by Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky or any of his predecessors. He claimed that this diplomatic effort “simply served as a smokescreen behind which they secretly armed Ukraine to put it against Russia.”

The Minsk Agreements, according to former German Chancellor Angela Merkel, were “an attempt to give Ukraine time” to strengthen its military, she acknowledged last month. Francois Hollande, a former president of France, later corroborated this information and acknowledged that the Minsk Agreements had assisted Ukraine in achieving its objective.

Russian officials reacted angrily to Merkel and Hollande’s confessions, calling them the “formalization of treason,” which infuriated the city of Moscow.


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Building on Zelensky’s “peace formula,” which specifically asked that Russia withdraw its soldiers from all territories claimed by Kiev, Ukraine proposed the notion of a “Global Peace Summit” in December.



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