Ukraine War: The West Makes Putin a Surrender Offer – Kremlin Politicians Back It

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Ukrainian warWest offers capitulation to Putin – Kremlin politicians support it

After withdrawing from Kherson, the Russian army has to accept another serious obstacle. Senior Kremlin politicians should not be averse to a proposal from the West.

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Western states have reportedly offered Vladimir Putin capitulation.

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Well-known political scientist Valeri Solowei informs about it.

Well-known political scientist Valeri Solowei informs about it.

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Russian troops are to withdraw from Ukraine and the Crimean peninsula is to be declared a demilitarized zone.  Pictured: repair work on the Crimean Bridge, which was heavily damaged in the attack.

Russian troops are to withdraw from Ukraine and the Crimean peninsula is to be declared a demilitarized zone. Pictured: repair work on the Crimean Bridge, which was heavily damaged in the attack.

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It’s about it

  • According to a well-known Russian political scientist, the West gave Vladimir Putin an offer to surrender.

  • The Russian president is to remain in office if Russian troops withdraw from Ukraine.

  • The offer should find the open ears of many high-ranking Kremlin politicians.

After the hasty withdrawal of Russian troops from large parts of the Kherson region, the Kremlin apparently made an offer to surrender. This is reported by Valeri Solowei, who previously lectured at the Moscow Institute of International Relations and, according to his own statements, has contacts in the Kremlin. The offer of Russian capitulation, which came from Western countries after consultation with Kiev, assumes that Russia will give up all previously conquered areas in Ukraine, such as «It was reported by the Daily Mail.

Ukraine is unlikely to join NATO by 2030

One The Crimean peninsula is said to be an exception which would be declared a demilitarized zone at least until 2029. A 60-kilometer-wide demilitarized zone is also to be created along the Ukrainian border with Belarus and Russia. Russia is also said to give up its military presence in Transnistria. Only Russia officially recognizes the regime in Moldova. In return, Ukraine would guarantee not to join NATO for the next seven years.

In return, Putin and his comrades should not for war crimes, carried out by Russian troops under the leadership of the Kremlin, will be prosecuted and allowed to maintain their positions of power. According to Solowei, various people from Vladimir Putin’s inner circle reacted positively to the surrender offer. Territories that have been occupied by Russia since the Crimean crisis in 2014 would also be affected by the capitulation proposal. According to Solowei, the six countries agreed to provide security guarantees for the deal. The professor did not disclose which countries this specifically applies to.

“Ready to deal with the next president”

Russia has long complained that the so-called Ukraine is not conducting peace negotiations be ready Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has emphasized in the past that negotiations will be open if Russia withdraws its troops from Ukraine. Since Vladimir Putin has repeatedly demonstrated in the past that he rules out troop withdrawals, they are happy to negotiate with the next Russian president.

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