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The President of Ukraine outlined the content of the Ukrainian Peace Formula [!] and informed about the ongoing diplomatic work on the organization of the Global Peace Summit. After capitulation ...

To the victor the spoils and surrender dictates ...

The plan, which was first announced at a November summit of the Group of 20 (G20) nations, calls for a comprehensive approach to peace and security, including measures to address radiation and nuclear safety, food security, energy security, the release of prisoners and deportees, the restoration of Ukraine's territorial integrity, the withdrawal of Russian troops, and the establishment of a special tribunal to prosecute Russian war crimes.

Let's first take a look at Zelensky's peace plan and what it contains.

A key component involves restoring security around Europe's largest nuclear power plant, currently under Russian occupation. The plan also calls for measures to protect and ensure Ukraine's grain exports to the world's poorest nations, price restrictions on Russian energy resources, and aid for Ukraine to restore its power infrastructure, which has been badly damaged by Russian attacks.

Another important aspect of the plan is about restoring Ukraine's territorial integrity and the reaffirmation of this by Russia according to the UN Charter. Zelensky has stated that this is "not up to negotiation" and essential for the restoration of peace in the region. The plan calls for the withdrawal of Russian troops and the cessation of hostilities, as well as the protection of the environment and the prevention of ecocide. [Zelinsky vying for endorsement from Greta Thunberg]


Conditions for peace in the Ukraine and region: no negotiations with war criminal Vladimir Putin, Kremlin deposes of Putin and installs a new president and oligarchy of pro-Western and "pro-democracy" leadership, Putin should be rendered to the ICC in The Hague, the Russian Federation should be obliged to pay damages and reparations caused by the "unprovoked" attack. See the treaty signed by Germany after WWI surrender in Compiègne ......

An Armistice mainly negotiated by military authorities

The Armistice of 11 November in Rethondes (Compiègne Forest) was signed - following the Bulgarian, Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian armistices - right after the German Chancellor, Prince Maximilian of Baden, requested the cessation of hostilities on 7 November 1918, then Emperor William II abdicated on 9 November, whom the Allied leaders considered responsible for the First World War. Then the November Revolution broke out in Germany, which worried the French and British authorities (fear of the unknown, Bolshevik threat across the Rhine).

'Sapere aude'

by Oui (Oui) on Thu Apr 27th, 2023 at 05:31:11 PM EST


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