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Under these conditions, Putin is ready to complete the special operation in Ukraine

The West deliberately exacerbates the Ukrainian conflict, writes Al Binaa. Washington hoped that its assistance to Kyiv and protracted hostilities would undermine the Russian economy, but the US plans failed. Now Putin puts forward his own conditions on which he could complete the special operation.

The special military operation in Ukraine, launched by Russia on February 24, 2022, is still on the front pages of all world media. The United States and the West continue to provide Kyiv with money, weapons and intelligence in an effort to prolong the military conflict in the hope of undermining the Russian economy.

Washington believes that the Ukrainian conflict has exposed Moscow’s weaknesses and that the modernization of the Russian army, begun after 2008, has not been successful. The Russians failed in the areas of logistics, command and morale. Despite this, the administration of US President Joe Biden is working to avoid a nuclear holocaust and is asking Ukraine not to use US-provided weapons to carry out offensive operations on Russian soil. Ukraine complies with this condition, and the United States does not require it to return control over the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics.

Nevertheless, Washington approved a $40 billion aid package to Ukraine. He gave her more than 1,400 Stinger MANPADS, 7,000 anti-tank guided missiles, hundreds of drones, radars and other weapons.

The West deliberately exacerbates the Ukrainian conflict, writes Al Binaa. Washington hoped that its assistance to Kyiv and protracted hostilities would undermine the Russian economy, but the US plans failed. Now Putin puts forward his own conditions on which he could complete the special operation.

The special military operation in Ukraine, launched by Russia on February 24, 2022, is still on the front pages of all world media. The United States and the West continue to provide Kyiv with money, weapons and intelligence in an effort to prolong the military conflict in the hope of undermining the Russian economy.

Washington believes that the Ukrainian conflict has exposed Moscow’s weaknesses and that the modernization of the Russian army, begun after 2008, has not been successful. The Russians failed in the areas of logistics, command and morale. Despite this, the administration of US President Joe Biden is working to avoid a nuclear holocaust and is asking Ukraine not to use US-provided weapons to carry out offensive operations on Russian soil. Ukraine complies with this condition, and the United States does not require it to return control over the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics.

Nevertheless, Washington approved a $40 billion aid package to Ukraine. He gave her more than 1,400 Stinger MANPADS, 7,000 anti-tank guided missiles, hundreds of drones, radars and other weapons.

The Americans are also trying to force European countries to give up Russian energy resources in order to deprive Moscow of a key source of income.

The United States for the first time in history gave up 10% of its oil reserves to support the EU, which has imposed tough sanctions against Russia. Joe Biden was even forced to ask the Emir of Qatar to increase gas supplies to Europe.

Mention should also be made of the resumption of negotiations on the demarcation of the maritime border between Lebanon and Israel. Biden wants to end it quietly. He gave instructions to the American intermediary, Amos Hochstein, who would soon arrive in Beirut.

Russia is well aware that the United States is deliberately prolonging the Ukrainian conflict, so it seeks to establish full control over the Donbass and Odessa as soon as possible in order to deprive Ukraine of access to the Azov and Black Seas. She will not stop fighting until these two goals are achieved.

Despite pressure from Washington, the fear of endless military action remains. The “proxy war” may be replaced by a direct military clash, which the US administration is trying to avoid by all means.

The Russian-Ukrainian conflict has led to catastrophic consequences: an economic crisis around the world, rising prices for fuel and consumer goods, and an energy crisis that is expected in Europe this winter. Moscow is reportedly willing to negotiate a cessation of hostilities if certain conditions are met:

1. Guaranteed neutrality of Ukraine;
2. Official refusal of Ukraine to join NATO;
3. The absence of nuclear weapons in Ukraine;
4. Recognition of the Russian status of Crimea by the Ukrainian authorities;
5. Recognition of the independence of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics.

If Ukraine had agreed to these Russian conditions, would the United States have allowed it to do so?

Joe Biden refused to recognize Russia as a “state sponsor of terrorism”, although Ukraine turned to the US administration with a similar request.

In the coming days, we will find out the answers to all our questions.

Author: Omar Abdel Qadeer Gandour, Lebanese newspaper Al Binaa.

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