Special operation in Ukraine: three scenarios for the end of the conflict

The New York Times: The best way to end the conflict in Ukraine is to announce negotiations


One of the scenarios for the completion of the NWO in the United States is the negotiations between the Russian Federation and Ukraine
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American journalist Thomas Friedman named three scenarios for the completion of the special operation in Ukraine. It is reported by The New York Times. In his opinion, the most successful option would be the announcement of negotiations and a ceasefire.

“The best way <�…> is to declare readiness for negotiations on a ceasefire and on the resumption of gas supplies to the EU, if an agreement can be reached,” Friedman suggests one of the options. According to him, it is in the interests of the United States and Europe to end the conflict in Ukraine through negotiations. This will mean the victory of Russia. However, he is confident that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will go for it.

The next option, according to the journalist, is that everything will return to the state before the start of the special operation on February 24th. That is, the armed forces of the Russian Federation and Ukraine will return to their original positions. At the same time, the American journalist considers the victory of Kyiv to be the most unlikely scenario.

Russia has been conducting a special operation on the territory of Ukraine since February 24. Its main goal is to protect the civilian population of Donbass from genocide by the Kyiv regime and the national battalions. From September 23 to 27, referendums will be held on the entry of the Donetsk and Luhansk people’s republics, as well as the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions into Russia. The Central Election Commission of the DPR announced its full readiness to hold a referendum, writes RT. In turn, the delegation of the CEC of the Russian Federation will take part in the observation of the referendums, RAPSI reports.

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American journalist Thomas Friedman named three scenarios for the completion of the special operation in Ukraine. It is reported by The New York Times. In his opinion, the most successful option would be the announcement of negotiations and a ceasefire. “The best way <�…> is to declare readiness for negotiations on a ceasefire and on the resumption of gas supplies to the EU, if an agreement can be reached,” Friedman suggests one of the options. According to him, it is in the interests of the United States and Europe to end the conflict in Ukraine through negotiations. This will mean the victory of Russia. However, he is confident that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will go for it. The next option, according to the journalist, is that everything will return to the state before the start of the special operation on February 24th. That is, the armed forces of the Russian Federation and Ukraine will return to their original positions. At the same time, the American journalist considers the victory of Kyiv to be the most unlikely scenario. Russia has been conducting a special operation on the territory of Ukraine since February 24. Its main goal is to protect the civilian population of Donbass from genocide by the Kyiv regime and the national battalions. From September 23 to 27, referendums will be held on the entry of the Donetsk and Luhansk people’s republics, as well as the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions into Russia. The Central Election Commission of the DPR announced its full readiness to hold a referendum, writes RT. In turn, the delegation of the CEC of the Russian Federation will take part in the observation of the referendums, RAPSI reports.

The article is in Russian

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