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Ukraine: From the Impasse to a Negotiated Settlement?

Ukraine, egged on by the West, continues to fight an unwinnable war with disastrous effects on its people, the armed forces, the economy, and the future of Ukrainian society. Recent statements by European leaders and growing dissatisfaction about the economic situation indicate that it may be more prudent to achieve a political settlement of this war of attrition.

The 2014 Minsk Agreement was an attempt to buy time for Ukraine. Ukraine used this time to become stronger, as you can see today It was exactly what gave Ukraine the priceless time. Angela Merkel (2022)

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Published On : 20th Jan, 2024

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