Ukraine Pushed Out of EU Negotiations

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SF: The diplomatic marathon of negotiations on security guarantees in Europe is in full swing. Meanwhile, the situation in eastern Ukraine is escalating with each passing day.

January 12 marked the first in two years meeting of the Russia-NATO Council. The strategic negotiations are de facto the resumption of severed relations between the Russian Federation and the North Atlantic Alliance.

The Russian delegation is headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko, who previously worked as Russia’s permanent representative to NATO for five years, and Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin. The delegation of the Alliance includes permanent representatives of NATO member states, Secretary General of the organization Jens Stoltenberg and First Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman.

Two days ago, Wendy Sherman headed the American delegation at the talks with Moscow in Geneva. The negotiations as expected did not lead to any breakthrough results. Amid the ongoing negotiations, Americans are already looking for ways out.

On January 10, House Republicans introduced Ukraine-related legislation that complicates the Biden administration’s negotiating strategy in the midst of sensitive talks with Russia over Ukraine.

The Guaranteeing Ukrainian Autonomy by Reinforcing its Defense Act, or GUARD is aimed to compel Biden to reimpose sanctions on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline within 15 days; it mandates that $200 million in defense aid to Ukraine go to air-defense capabilities and maritime vessels; and it requires the U.S. to determine whether Russia is a state sponsor of terrorism.

In addition, GUARD supposes allocation of $155 million to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in 2022 to fight against the famous Russian propaganda in the post-Soviet states.

According to Politico, the bill has 10 co-sponsors, including the top Republicans on the House Foreign Affairs, Armed Services and Intelligence committees.

In fact, if signed, such a bill would have no significant impact, as Washington is already supplying weapons to Kiev, imposing sanctions aimed to stop the Nord Stream 2 and actively supports the puppet media loyal to Washington.

CNN has recently reported, citing sources in the US administration, that at the end of December, Biden secretly approved the allocation of an additional $ 200 million worth of military assistance to Ukraine. Despite the fact that the US defense budget for the 2022 fiscal year has already provided $ 300 million to support Ukraine. Since 2014, Washington has allocated $2.5 billion for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Washington is actively pushing Kiev to resolve the conflict in eastern Ukraine by force. The Kiev regime obeys.

After a decrease in combat activity on the frontlines in Donbass, the situation has escalated in recent days and new casualties have already been reported. Over the past day, at least six villages have been shelled in the Donetsk People’s Republic, 4 others in the Luhansk People’s Republic.

On January 12, the Ukrainian Armed Forces reported the death of a soldier by return fire in the LPR. The day before, two Ukrainian army soldiers were blown up by mines, according to a UAF report.

Escalation in Eastern Ukraine always accompanies any diplomatic processes between Russia and the West, while the Kiev regime is trying to remind of itself.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. The billions that our government is willing to pump into Ukraine is shameful while we have veterans who served the war machine are left to rot on the streets. Many suffer from drug and mental problems with no help from those who claim to love them and appreciate their service. It is not only veterans but also ordinary Americans who lost their jobs, their homes and have to sleep under bridges, abandoned buildings, cardboard boxes, scavenging in garbage cans for discarded food to stay alive. Several Southern States were ripped apart by tornadoes a month ago and no effort is being made to help them while we send to billions to Ukraine, Israel, and others. What a lovely country, a shining light on a hill.

  2. January 15 is the deadline!
    Get ready to rumble!
    Where it going to be?
    Expect false flag soon by the fascists to dictate the location.
    Perhaps Khazakstan was the most the euro-geek fascist CIA/USA/NATO sorry-dicks in charge could do – this bloody-coup operation was supposed to strike fear in the hearts of Russia and China, as it was in the Libyan and Syrian Models, import thousands of headchopper Jihadis and mercenaries arm everyone to the teeth then call it protests and a civil war.
    Probably Donbass everyone expects it to be at, but could be Crimean bridge, or could be Syria or all three.
    Hopefully no low-yield precision nukes, but perhaps a strike on a nuclear power plant, then the nuclear explosion blamed on incompetent Russian engineers and poor design…so attack is “blameless”
    Remember to always blame the victims, thats how fascists operate.

  3. Of course! To allocate several hundred million dollars to bandits and Nazis is normal. And the fact that there are millions of homeless citizens and veterans inside the United States, they don’t care about it. And President Biden doesn’t really decide anything. Putin was right when he said: American presidents change, but predatory politics remains. Yes, Ukraine is needed as a point of tension, ideally as a military hot spot. And no one will consult with her, because this country positions itself as a prostitute. And as a prostitute, she will stand quietly in the corner, waiting for the client and the pimp to agree on the price. The situation is almost the same with the EU. And the EU itself is to blame for this sad situation. Summits were held between Moscow, Nato and the EU. The situation is deadlocked. I do not know in which wild forests the wolves brought up representatives of Washington and the Pentagon, dialogue with them does not work. We will act differently. We’ve had enough of coddling them. I would like to know what is in Putin’s head and what he calculated in the response. It was clear to every raccoon that the negotiations would end like this. Get ready, gentlemen.

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