"Bild" newspaper exposes details of Trump's "secret plan for Ukraine" "Bild" newspaper exposes details of Trump's "secret plan for Ukraine"

"Bild" newspaper exposes details of Trump's "secret plan for Ukraine"

"Bild" newspaper exposes details of Trump's "secret plan for Ukraine"

Former US President Donald Trump, who intends to run for president, has not yet presented his plan to resolve the conflict in Ukraine, but ideas circulating in American conservative circles indicate its possible form.

Trump had previously stated that if he was re-elected, he would work to stop the conflict in Ukraine within 24 hours. As Bild newspaper noted, Trump “has not yet revealed the details.”

She added, "In conservative circles, basic points are being circulated previously formulated by billionaire Elon Musk, who is expanding his influence in this political environment."

These points stipulate that Russia will retain Crimea and other territories under its control, and that Kiev “will not be able to join NATO.”

It stated that Musk's proposals were rejected in the West as "Kremlin propaganda."

The newspaper noted, "However, signs of this potential truce are still spreading in Trump's circle."

She continued: “There are also concerns that Trump might withdraw the United States from NATO and abandon the protection of Europe, which would lead to dire consequences, including for Germany. Overall, it is troubling that Trump has never mentioned who he believes should win the war.” "Between Russia and Ukraine. His silence says a lot."

She pointed out that Trump's statements about Ukraine worry its president, Vladimir Zelensky, and allies in NATO.

The newspaper considered that "Trump has long been a real factor, as, on his orders, Republicans in the House of Representatives are blocking a $60 billion aid package for Kiev."

3 Comments

  1. Former US President Donald Trump, eyeing a return to office, hasn't outlined his plan for resolving the Ukraine conflict. Ideas circulated suggest concessions to Russia, alarming NATO allies and Ukrainian President Zelensky.

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  2. The newspaper noted, "However, signs of this potential truce are still spreading in Trump's circle."

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