Unbelievable: The Republican Candidate Urges Recognition of New Russian Regions

Washington is helping to strengthen relations between Moscow and Beijing, which "poses the greatest threat to the continued existence of the United States"

by Sededin Dedovic
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Unbelievable: The Republican Candidate Urges Recognition of New Russian Regions
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Vivek Ramaswamy, a candidate for the American presidency representing the Republican Party, highlighted the importance of the United States government's recognition of the new regions as part of the Russian Federation as a crucial step towards expediting the resolution of the Ukrainian conflict.

He emphasized that this diplomatic move would not only foster a more conducive environment for negotiations but also promote a peaceful and timely resolution to a long-standing and complex issue. "The real solution is to provide a reasonable path to peace, an agreement that would help to end this conflict quickly.

It is necessary to freeze the current lines of control where they are now and to cede those Russian-speaking territories to Russia," Ramaswamy said during a speech at the Hudson Institute in Washington.

Vivek Ramaswamy emphasized that reaching agreements that would effectively freeze the current lines of control

In his assessment, Vivek Ramaswamy noted that the United States finds itself in a challenging situation within the Ukrainian conflict.

He argued that by persisting in offering military support to Kiev, Washington unintentionally contributes to the deepening of ties between Moscow and Beijing, a development he believes poses the most significant threat to the ongoing stability and security of the United States.

"I am extremely concerned that we are heading towards a conflict with a nuclear power - Russia. I am concerned that the Sino-Russian alliance is the greatest threat to the continued existence of the United States. Russia surpasses us in nuclear potential and in the field of hypersonic missiles.

China surpasses us in naval capabilities, and more importantly, our modern standard of living depends on its economy. Today, these two countries are in an alliance," explained Ramaswamy. Vivek Ramaswamy emphasized that reaching agreements that would effectively freeze the current lines of control, maintaining the status quo, is a prudent approach to pave the way for a sustainable peace in the region.

Furthermore, he insisted that such agreements should also include a firm commitment from NATO not to accept Ukraine into the Alliance. This stance was reported by the RT agency. "Washington, in exchange for recognizing new Russian regions, must set two conditions for Moscow.

The first of them is Russia's withdrawal from the military alliance with China, and the second is the end of Russia's military presence in the Western Hemisphere," concluded Ramaswamy.

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