Few, if any, believe in the good intentions of governments Vladimir Putin When he shows willingness to negotiate peace. Some say it out loud and others in private. British Foreign Secretary, james finesseHe has said it openly.
In an interview published in the newspaper this Saturday Wire claims that Vladimir PutinHe probably has in mind to take advantage of a final truce to rebuild his army.
There is a risk that “the ceasefire will be used by Putin simply train more soldiers the product more ammo And rebuild and rebuild your damaged forces,” Tacitus said in an interview this week on the sidelines of a NATO ministerial summit in Bucharest.
As the war develops, it appears that conditions exist to try to redirect the conflict through diplomatic channels.
Russia lost a good part of the conquered territories and did not have full control of the merged republics, but the failures of Putin, Looking at his personality, make him doubt his intentions. Furthermore, it conditions any dialogue on the recognition of those occupied territories.
President of the United States, Joe Biden, opened the door to talks with the President of the Russian Federation, but with a caveat, only if Putin is “willing to seek ways to end the war.” This was said after meeting the President of France on Thursday. Emmanuel Macron.
The British minister takes into account all gestures and movements of the allies, but warns of a more than likely scenario, that a ceasefire “is used by Russia as a way to ensure that the next phase of aggression more effective than the current,
In other words, take a step back to gain momentum and return to the attack with your best equipped troops, more weapons, and a strategy that will help you land the final blow.
We must be very careful if the peace talks, and I use the word peace in quotes, are initiated by Vladimir Putin.James Cleverly, UK Foreign Secretary
Cleverly, emphasizes this point in the interview and warns: «If peace talks, and I use the word peace in quotation marks, we must be very careful, Vladimir Putin,
Britain continues to be a source of detailed information since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine February 24 Troops would enter the former province of the Soviet Union. «At the moment, -adds the minister- the atmosphere that I see in NATO is that they are clarifying Vladimir Putin He is not acting in good faith.”
One of the great concerns of the West is the Kremlin’s periodic threats about its readiness to resort to the nuclear option. The possibility is on the table although the decision to do so is a conundrum. james finesse He avoided going into the depth of that delicate matter. “I’m not going to speculate,” he said before recalling: “The only country that is talking about nuclear weapons is Russia, it would be a completely unjustified and unjustified escalation,” he declared.