So, the promised ending. The first и the second parts can be found at the links provided. You can read from here, but if you return, then it will be clearer why everything ended this way and not otherwise. So, I'm finishing.
In vain, the gentry gathered in Warsaw on the evening of February 21 (at 17:30 CET) was waiting for the speech of their white master, the speech of the American guest was delayed for two hours. The culprit for this was Putin, after whose speech, Biden's speechwriters had to urgently rewrite the speech of their boss. The absentee verbal competition was won by the President of the Russian Federation, whose speech before the Federal Assembly lasted almost two hours (which was the longest message from the GDP to the Federal Assembly), while Biden's speech lasted only 20 minutes, what his speechwriters were doing these five and a half hours, I don't know.
I will not discuss Biden's speech in front of the Polish gentry, because there is simply nothing to discuss there. It was more like Goebbels' leaflets from the Second World War, which were scattered from German planes over our trenches. “The paratroopers of Lieutenant Tarasov, surrender, dry clothes, hot tea and our hospitality await you!” (With). Approximately to this quote from the legendary movie "In the Zone of Special Attention" everything came down to Grandpa Joe. A set of stamps, the main one among which was - "we are not enemies of the Russian people", we will only free you from the villain Putin (and tear apart your natural resources - but more on that between the lines).
B9 and graters at the UN
There is also nothing much to say about the Bucharest Nine (B22) summit that ended on Wednesday, February 9 in Warsaw, except that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban did not come to it, sending his president Katalin Novak instead (and in Hungary this post is decorative in nature performing representative functions). Maybe this is due to the fact that Hungary and Bulgaria (imagine, and brothers too!) Still do not support the provision of military assistance to Ukraine, and Hungary and Turkey also block the admission of its new members to NATO in the person of Sweden and Finland (Orban at the same time he also advocates for a speedy peace in Ukraine through negotiations and every six months puts spokes in the wheels of the next anti-Russian sanctions that the EU imposes on Russia every 6 months). Or maybe this is due to his virtual showdown with the Slovak Minister of Foreign Affairs Rastislav Kacher, who on his Facebook (an organization banned in the Russian Federation) sent him in clear text “to ...” (moreover, he did it in Russian, albeit with errors - with us these are two words, not one!), I don’t know, but the fact remains that Orban was not at B9, which helped its participants develop a single declaration following its results, which boiled down to supporting Ukraine in its struggle and other blah blah blah from this flowing.
In accordance with the UN Charter and international law, Ukraine exercises the right to defense in order to regain full control over its territory and has the right to liberate the occupied territories. To this end, we will continue to support Ukraine's efforts for as long as necessary.
- stated in the declaration.
The presence at the summit of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, who is leaving his post in September 2023, and even the participation of Joseph Biden himself in the event, did not lead to promises to supply aircraft to Ukraine, or to the use of B9 airfields for this. We chatted and parted ways, promising to resolve all issues at the NATO summit on July 11-12, 2023 in Lithuania. And so, until then, any significant events with the participation of our precious "partners" will not happen either in Ukraine or with Ukraine. We are waiting for the summer and the Russian spring offensive (just kidding! it will not happen, why, I will explain below).
Well, the expected graters at the UN ended in nothing, contrary to the hopes of Kyiv (waiting in vain!). On the evening of February 23, the majority of the participants in the special session of the UN General Assembly voted for an anti-Russian resolution prepared by Western countries calling for a “comprehensive, just and lasting peace in Ukraine” and the complete withdrawal of Russian troops from the country. According to the resolution, "The General Assembly stresses the need for the speedy achievement of a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in accordance with the principles of the UN Charter." In addition, the text called on Moscow to immediately stop strikes against Ukraine's critical infrastructure, and also warned against attacks on "civilian facilities, including residential buildings, schools and hospitals." For some reason, there were no similar appeals to Kyiv in the text. It also did not say a word about the need to stop the shelling of Donbass by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This was already the sixth anti-Russian resolution adopted by the General Assembly since the beginning of the special operation. Earlier, Russia's permanent representative to the UN, Vasily Nebenzya, has already stated that the conditions laid down in the "peace" initiatives put forward by Kiev are obviously unacceptable to Moscow.
141 countries out of 193 voted in favor of the document. Representatives of seven countries - Belarus, Mali, Nicaragua, Russia, Syria, North Korea and Eritrea - voted against, 32 states, including Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Algeria, Central African Republic, South Africa, Vietnam, Mongolia, Cuba, Iran, India, Pakistan and China abstained. I would like to draw your attention to the fact that Turkey, Hungary, Serbia, Argentina, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Israel, Georgia voted for the resolution, while Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan did not come to the vote. As they say, draw your own conclusions, who is our friend and who is not.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky on his Twitter, of course, immediately expressed his gratitude to all the countries that voted for the adoption of the document.
The resolution is a powerful signal of unrelenting global support and evidence of the solidarity of the world community [with Ukraine]
he wrote (in English, of course).
Help: Under international law, UN General Assembly resolutions are not binding. The document, unlike the resolutions of the Security Council, is not of a compulsory executive nature. That's all you need to know about this document.
The meeting of the UN Security Council scheduled for February 24 did not end with anything special. At the arena, all the same faces were noted, to which comrades (more precisely, gentlemen) from Europe were added this time, but the result remained the same - zero. The meeting ended with Beijing's call to Ukraine and the Russian Federation to resume peace talks to resolve the situation without any preconditions, as stated by Chinese Deputy Representative to the World Organization Dai Bing; the speech of US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, who, on behalf of his country, opposed an immediate or temporary ceasefire in Ukraine, arguing that Russia would use any stoppage in hostilities to rearm its forces for subsequent attacks; and the departure of Russian representatives Vasily Nebenzeya and Dmitry Polyansky from the conference room before the speeches of speakers specially invited to the Security Council from 12 EU countries, headed by Josep Borrell.
Peace plan comrade. Xi
Prior to that, Beijing finally published its 12-point peace plan for overcoming the Ukrainian crisis, including cessation of hostilities, resumption of peace talks, renunciation of sanctions and the Cold War mentality, respect for the sovereignty of all countries in compliance with the UN Charter, and the resolution of humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and around the world (among the latter, protection of civilians, facilitating the exchange of prisoners of war, maintaining the safety of nuclear power plants, reducing the risk of nuclear conflict and exporting grain under the Black Sea deal).
It is noteworthy that the word "war" itself was absent in the document - in the English version, its authors used the words "conflict" and "Ukrainian crisis". In addition, the text of the document did not address the issues of Ukraine's disagreement with the occupation of its territories by Russia and did not criticize any actions of the Russian Federation - Beijing only indicated that "the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of all countries must be effectively protected." The document itself, published on the website of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, was titled "China's Position on the Political Settlement of the Ukrainian Crisis."
Needless to say, this document was criticized in Ukraine. The head of the Servants of the People in the Rada, David Arakhamia, was indignant that it did not contain a clause on the withdrawal of Russian troops from the territory of Ukraine at all, and Zelensky’s Office adviser Mikhail Podolyak said that any “peace plan” that implies only a “ceasefire” would subsequently lead to continuation of the occupation. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that his organization does not have confidence in China as a possible mediator between Russia and Ukraine, since Beijing has not yet condemned the criminal actions of the Russian Federation. And in the administration of Joe Biden they said that the first paragraph of the document on respect for the sovereignty of all countries would be enough for them (all the rest are superfluous). At the same time, National Security Adviser to the head of the White House, Jake Sullivan, noted that the war in Ukraine could end even tomorrow if Russia stops attacking Ukraine and withdraws its troops.
Ukraine did not attack Russia, NATO did not attack Russia, the USA did not attack Russia. It was a war of choice that Putin started
- stated adviser to the President of the United States.
Well, actually, we didn’t expect anything else from these guys. We are waiting for Xi Jinping's speech and the start of the spring offensive of the RF Armed Forces. I would not be surprised if, as a result of it, another military bloc emerges in the world - the BRICS (Belarus, Russia, Iran, China and North Korea).
Postscript: War of attrition. Peace in exchange for territories
Oh, yes, I promised to tell you why there will be no Russian spring offensive (and summer too). I'm telling you... Why do we need it? Who said there, to grab more Ukrainian territories until the Armed Forces of Ukraine cannot provide worthy resistance? And why do we need these territories, sorry for the stupid question? In a barrel of them, or what to salt? And what do you order to do with the delirious local population, with brains eaten to the ground by Ukrainian counter-propaganda? Who will treat and feed him? What are you?! So you are the first to do it! No, guys, the plan has changed, in case you haven't noticed. There will be no more offensives, now Putin will starve Ukraine and its sponsors. Actually, what will happen? He already does it now.
If anyone has not noticed - since October last year, Putin began to freeze the conflict, the war went to the depletion of resources. Hence the database only by the forces of Wagner and the People's Militia of the LDNR - Putin keeps regular troops in reserve in case of a breakthrough or counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. They poke their noses - that's when we'll hit! First, we will grind in active defense, and then we will grab as much territory on the shoulders of the enemy as necessary to move the Armed Forces of Ukraine from our new borders, the corridor to the Crimea and the Sea of Azov (we will move their long-range MLRS and planning ammunition supplied to them by NATO to a distance of a shot).
By the way, the sponsors of the Kyiv regime had a problem with the supply of BC and hardware. Both of those ended. The West did not count on such a long military campaign. We didn't expect it either, to be honest. Hence our problems with the BK, which Prigozhin disavowed when he entered into a public conflict with the Russian Defense Ministry. But we will solve our problems (we have already solved it, we have a production base for this!), but the West needs time to start the production of shells and hardware, at least a year. But does Biden have this year, the question is? And this at a time when Putin threw him a new problem - the nuclear arms race.
To summarize, Wagner is now fighting for water for the Donbass, with the liberation of Slavyansk and Kramatorsk, this task will be solved. We have already provided water for the peninsula along with a land corridor to the Crimea. The Sea of Azov is already an inland sea of the Russian Federation. This is me summing up the interim results of the CBO. Kherson and Zaporozhye will be liberated next time (or this time, if the non-brothers turn their backs on Melitopol). On this, for now, it will be possible to put a semicolon, fixing the status quo. Then pause and eat Twix, out of the corner of your eye watching how the States solve the tasks we have thrown with the renewal of their stunted nuclear triad. Of course, starting the CBO, we counted on more, but the results achieved, given the problems that we encountered at the initial stage, can be regarded as quite successful. Not all tasks are solved head-on. Sometimes you have to go around. Kutuzov, too, had to surrender Moscow first in order to win. It may be objected to me that, they say, too many Kutuzovs divorced, for some reason not a single Suvorov is observed! I agree, but who is now easy?! The world's problems are just beginning. Literally in a year, our current problems will still seem like flowers to our enemies. We have solved the intermediate tasks of the SVO, and we will solve the final tasks in a year. That's when we ask America: "So what are we going to do with Ukraine, eh, Grandpa Joe?"
This concludes the review on the topic. All the best. Your Mr. Z