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Medvedev for the first time named Russia's demands for negotiations on Ukraine

The “soft Russian formula for peace” has been announced

Putin, in his interview with Kiselyov, again repeated that Russia is ready for negotiations, but we need guarantees. And again the question arose: what kind of guarantees are needed? You might think they weren’t there last time when they were “cheated.” And most importantly, what is our “peace formula”? On Thursday, Dmitry Medvedev gave specific answers to these questions for the first time.

The “soft Russian formula for peace” has been announced

In his Telegram channel, Medvedev posted an article, one might say, since with the title – “On the “peace formula” of the Kyiv Nazis, the Swiss “peace conferences” and the real basis of the negotiations.”

Actually, little is written there about Zelensky’s “peace formula.” Medvedev states (in his style) the obvious: “everyone understands perfectly well, including the out-of-touch Western liars” that “peace can be achieved either with the mutual will of the parties on the basis of a reasonable compromise, or through the capitulation of one of the parties to the conflict.” The will to negotiate on the part of Ukraine “on the basis of recognition of realities” is not visible: “For them, realities are the Mozkoklyuy “peace formula” of a provincial clown in green tights.” An absolutely impossible formula. This means we need to put forward our own “Russian formula, calm and quite realistic, humane for everyone.”

Apparently, the time has really come, because for the first time a Russian official of this level (deputy chairman of the Security Council) is giving not vague, but quite clear answers to pressing questions: where will we stop, what should it look like in reality, will Ukraine survive.

So.

The first is the recognition of “former (hereinafter referred to as) “Ukraine” defeat in the military component of the conflict.” Then there must be its “complete and unconditional surrender” to the “neo-Nazi clique in Kyiv.” After which – demilitarization and a ban on the creation of paramilitary forces on its territories in the future.

The second is the recognition by the international community of the Nazi character of the Kyiv political regime and the forced denazification of all government bodies of Ukraine under UN control. By the way, there is experience – such a procedure was carried out in Germany after its defeat in the war.

Third, the UN must state that Ukraine has lost “international legal personality and the impossibility of any of its legal successors joining military alliances without the consent of Russia.”< /p>

Fourth – the resignation of all constitutional authorities of Ukraine and the immediate holding of elections to the provisional parliament of the self-governing territory of the former Ukraine under the auspices of the UN.

Fifth – this provisional parliament must pass laws on the payment of all due compensation to Russia, “including payments to the relatives of the victims citizens of our country and payments for harm to the health of the wounded.”

Sixth, this parliament officially recognizes that the entire territory of the former Ukraine is the territory of the Russian Federation. And here the adoption of an act on the reunification of the territories of the former Ukraine with Russia should take place.

Seventh – the self-dissolution of the provisional parliament. UN recognition of the act of reunification.

Everything is clear and to the point. The phrase “Ukraine is, of course, Russia” becomes clear, and the concepts of “demilitarization” and “denazification” are filled with specific meaning. Guarantees that suit Russia have been named – no longer assurances from individual countries, but decisions at the UN level.

But it is worth recognizing that in the current conditions this looks somewhat fantastic. Medvedev, it must be said, understands this, so he could not resist sarcasm: “This may be the soft Russian formula for peace. This is a compromise position, right? I think it is precisely on this basis that we can seek a benevolent consensus with the international community, including the Anglo-Saxon world, and hold productive summits, counting on the mutual understanding of our close friends – Western partners.”

And yet, this is still specifics , albeit in the classic form of bargaining: ask for much more than you need, you will get what you really need.

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