Ukrainian Opposition Politician Envisions Scenarios for Ending Ukraine Conflict

Feb 22. 2024

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Ukrainian opposition politician Viktor Medvedchuk has told Sputnik that there are three conditions to put an end to the Ukraine conflict, which include the West’s recognition and provision of security guarantees to sovereign countries, treating human life as a priority and the establishment of a new world order.

Conditions for Ending the Ukraine Conflict

In my opinion, there are three conditions for resolving the conflict in Ukraine. The first condition is that there is a collective West, which is trying to impose a monopoly on international relations … To achieve a peaceful settlement, the collective West should recognize countries that are not part of this collective West, including Russia. To recognize their independence and sovereignty, to recognize and give security guarantees on the impossibility of a military invasion of these countries,” Medvedchuk told Sputnik in an interview on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the 2014 coup in Ukraine.

The politician said that the second condition was related to prioritizing human lives in all political issues, including in political and military conflicts, “because if there is no priority for human lives in international relations, it is a tragedy.”

“And the third condition is that everything should be done to establish a new world order. The old security conditions of countries created on the basis of the UN General Assembly and the UN Security Council are outdated, they are no longer efficient,” Medvedchuk also noted.

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Only West Can Undermine Zelensky, Not Loss of Avdeyevka – Ukrainian Opposition Politician

Feb 21, 2024

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The fact that Russian military took control of Avdeyevka cannot undermine the position of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, only Western countries can do this, Ukrainian opposition politician Viktor Medvedchuk told Sputnik.

On February 17, Oleksandr Syrsky, Ukrainian commander-in-chief, announced the decision to withdraw units from the city of Avdeyevka. The Russian Defense Ministry, in turn, said that the Russian military had taken full control of the city.

“Only the Western masters, who exercise leadership over him, can undermine Zelensky’s position in this regard. Because any other actions, any independence or slack in carrying out some elements of state policy are unrealistic without the permission of external government,” Medvedchuk said, commenting on Ukraine’s withdrawal from Avdeyevka.

Medvedchuk also told Sputnik that the Ukrainian economy can be restored only in cooperation with Russia.

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