A peace deal that could have seen the Ukraine war end soon after it began was abandoned owing to Western interference, according to a new report.
A former United Nations assistant secretary general has said that Russia and Ukraine were close to inking a peace deal soon after the invasion of Ukraine, but the United States, NATO, and other Western nations scuttled the deal.
Mr. Schulenburg said there is “little doubt” the peace negotiations failed owing to resistance from NATO, the United States, and the UK. NATO is an intergovernmental military alliance between 31 member states established in 1949 after World War II.
“The reason is that such a peace agreement would have been tantamount to a defeat for NATO, an end to NATO’s eastward expansion and thus an end to the dream of a unipolar world dominated by the USA,” Mr. Schulenburg claims.
“In contrast to today, President [Volodymyr] Zelensky and his…
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