Russia stated conditions for the Ukraine conflict to end in 2 weeks
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Russia stated conditions for the Ukraine conflict to end in 2 weeks

(Dan Tri) – The spokesperson of the Russian Foreign Ministry revealed the de-escalation formula, and also stated the scenario of the conflict in Ukraine ending in two weeks.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova (Photo: Sputnik).

`Regarding what needs to be done to de-escalate, Mr. Borrell said: if we stop supplying weapons to Kiev, everything will end in 2 weeks. And this is the de-escalation formula,` the Foreign Ministry spokesman

When asked about ways to de-escalate the confrontation between Russia and the West, Ms. Zakharova said the West has made arguments about Russia.

Earlier this month, European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said Ukraine’s survival depended on the West and the war would end in a few weeks if Western arms supplies ended.

Mr. Borrell, the European Union’s high representative for foreign and security policy, warned the West in February that `in the coming months, the Russia-Ukraine war could be decided.`

According to him, to avoid unfavorable scenarios for Ukraine, EU countries need to send more aid money and weapons to Kiev.

The EU has pledged nearly 85 billion euros ($92 billion) in military, economic and humanitarian aid to Ukraine since February 2022, while its individual member states have given dozens more.

However, Mr. Borrell said that the above aid is not enough.

However, the EU’s ability to accelerate defense production is still a big question mark.

Meanwhile, in late April, the US resumed military aid to Ukraine after about half a year of stagnation.

However, analysts warn that Kiev is facing dangerous days ahead while waiting for aid.

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba praised the US decision to approve the new aid package, but warned this would not be enough to make a difference on the battlefield.

`No shipment can stop Russia. What can stop Russia is a united front across Ukraine and all of Ukraine’s partners,` Mr. Kuleba said.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov also stated that the weapons and ammunition provided to Kiev by the US and its allies will not change the `dynamics on the front line`, where Russian forces have made significant progress.

Russia has repeatedly declared its willingness to negotiate an end to the conflict, but on the condition that Ukraine must acknowledge `new territorial realities`.

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