Globalists in Kiev Failed at Bürgenstock Summit

publicerad 20 juni 2024
- Kristoffer Hell
Volodymyr Zelensky, 3 juni 2023. Foto: Alex Stratienko för Wall Street Journal
Volodymyr Zelensky

Only 57 heads of state from 160 invited countries chose to attend the Ukraine war summit in Switzerland in mid-June 2024. The ten-point list of demands presented by Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelensky, hoping to form an international coalition against Russia, fell on deaf ears.

Since there was no agreement on continuing the negotiation process, using the innovative format and excluding the key party, Russia, the process seems to have come to a halt.

The final communiqué embraced by the summit (not all participants signed it) was the agenda set by the government of Switzerland, which organized the event. It was based on the three least inflammatory demands of the regime in Kieav and dealt with food security, preventing further attacks on the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhia, which is controlled by Russia, and the exchange of prisoners of war.

The big loser is the US-bankrolled Zelensky regime, whose demands to revert Ukraine’s borders to how they were before the American coup in Ukraine in 2014, for Russia to be forced to pay war reparations, and for the Russian state leadership to be prosecuted for war crimes, were not discussed at the summit.

Volodymyr Zelensky’s mandate as president expired in May 2024. This happened after he cancelled the presidential election, and he is now acting beyond his mandate. Behind the scenes, the Speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament, the Rada, is poised to assume the role of acting head of state for Ukraine.

On the negotiating table of international politics remains Moscow’s commitment to end the war in Ukraine immediately if the current Russian territorial gains are acknowledged, Ukraine becomes neutral and stops acting as a proxy for NATO’s eastward expansion, and the US’s attempts to crush Russia and break up its territory into several smaller vassal states.

Will the fallout of Bern’s reluctance to cooperate with Zelensky while acknowledging Russia’s place at a negotiating table, spell the death knell for the attempt by the NATO crowd to build an international political coalition against Moscow over the war in Ukraine?




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