The United States plans to push Russia to negotiate terms acceptable to Kiev in 2024 The United States plans to push Russia to negotiate terms acceptable to Kiev in 2024

The United States plans to push Russia to negotiate terms acceptable to Kiev in 2024

The United States plans to push Russia to negotiate terms acceptable to Kiev in 2024

The US First Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, Jonathan Viner, said that Washington will work to push Russia to negotiate a settlement in Ukraine at the end of 2024 on terms favorable to Kiev.
“We would like the Ukrainians to be at the end of next year in a situation where Russia has to make a decision: either they (the Russians) sit at the negotiating table on terms acceptable to Ukraine and on the basis of the UN Charter, which dictates the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, and the entire territory of Ukraine, or "They will face a stronger Ukraine, backed by a stronger industrial base in the United States, Europe and within Ukraine, and Kiev will once again be able to launch an offensive."

It is clear from his statement that by the industrial base he meant the American, European and Ukrainian military industrial complex (MIC).

“After 2024, we will increase the production of our military industrial base, and we are working with the Ukrainians, including at a conference this week in Washington, to increase the production of their military industrial base,” the US official said, adding that US allies are working on the same thing.

“This is a very difficult strategic choice,” Feiner added. “I don’t know what the Russians will decide in the end. But we would like to create such a problem for them.”
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