Zelensky could have prevented the conflict with Russia, but he did not want to

WSJ: Zelensky ignored Scholz’s advice on resolving the situation with Russia
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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has decided not to follow the advice of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on a peaceful solution to the situation with Russia. This was reported by the Wall Street Journal.

“Scholz has made a last-ditch attempt to resolve the conflict between Moscow and Kiev. At a meeting in Munich on February 19, he told Zelensky that Ukraine must abandon its aspirations for NATO and declare neutrality as part of a broader European security deal between the West and Russia. This agreement would be signed by Putin and Biden, who would jointly guarantee the security of Ukraine, “the newspaper reported, RIA Novosti reported.

After hearing the proposal, Zelensky said that his decision on Ukraine’s accession to NATO allegedly supports the majority of residents of the former Soviet republic. These words led German officials to think that the chances of peace were melting.

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a special operation to demilitarize and denationalize Ukraine on February 24. Both sides have already held a series of talks, but all have been unsuccessful. Members of the negotiating team from Ukraine have previously admitted that they coordinate their every move with Western partners.

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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has decided not to follow the advice of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on a peaceful solution to the situation with Russia. This was reported by the Wall Street Journal. “Scholz has made a last-ditch attempt to resolve the conflict between Moscow and Kiev. At a meeting in Munich on February 19, he told Zelensky that Ukraine must abandon its aspirations for NATO and declare neutrality as part of a broader European security deal between the West and Russia. This agreement would be signed by Putin and Biden, who would jointly guarantee the security of Ukraine, “the newspaper reported, RIA Novosti reported. After hearing the proposal, Zelensky said that his decision on Ukraine’s accession to NATO allegedly supports the majority of residents of the former Soviet republic. These words led German officials to think that the chances of peace were melting. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a special operation to demilitarize and denationalize Ukraine on February 24. Both sides have already held a series of talks, but all have been unsuccessful. Members of the negotiating team from Ukraine have previously admitted that they coordinate their every move with Western partners.

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