segunda-feira, 9 de fevereiro de 2015

Ukraine: "sustainable peace Agreement" or "the war" which everyone says don't want?

All parties say they don't want a war, but the escalation in the conflict in Ukraine does not stop. Naturally, the crisis in the country, which serves as a "theater" to the worst arm wrestle between the West and Russia since the cold war, has dominated the agenda of the Conference on security in Munich.

The Vice President of the United States doesn't believe a "military solution", but promises to help "Ukraine to defend itself" and threatens Putin with more "isolation":

"We will continue to provide assistance in the field of security to Ukraine, not to encourage war, but to allow Ukraine to defend. Let me be clear: we do not believe in a military solution in Ukraine. President Putin has made a simple and clear choice: leave the Ukraine or face a continuous insulation and a growing economic cost at home, "said Joe Biden.

The President of Ukraine stirred passports of Russian soldiers to prove the "aggression" of Moscow and recalled the steps it deems necessary for peace:

"We must have elections (in the East), political dialogue, the closure of the border, the withdrawal of all foreign troops, the immediate release of all hostages and all other important components of the peace plan" signed in Minsk, stated Petro Poroshenko.

The most serious alert came to France at the end of the morning, from the mouth of François Hollande: "If we fail to achieve, not a compromise, but a lasting peace agreement, we know well what is the scenario, has a name, it's called war."

The French President, Angela Merkel and Vladimir Putin return to talking on the phone, this Sunday, in one of the last opportunities "to" avoid war ", according to the words of Hollande.

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