State Department says it will support “any diplomatic solution” in Ukraine

State Department chief Blinken: US will support 'any diplomatic solution' in Ukraine The US is discussing 'diplomatic strategy' with Ukraine and allies and will continue to strengthen Kyiv's position on the battlefield so that the country has a strong position at the negotiating table, Blinken stressed

Anthony Blinken

The United States is ready to support “any diplomatic solution” in Ukraine, but Russia shows no interest in this. This was stated by the head of the State Department, Anthony Blinken, during a press conference in Germany.

“We are ready to support any diplomatic decision, but Russia has not shown interest,”— he declared.

According to him, Washington will continue to discuss “diplomatic strategy” with Kyiv and its allies. Blinken assured that the allies will continue to help strengthen Ukraine's position on the battlefield to ensure it has the strongest possible position at the negotiating table. Russia through sanctions for the speedy end of hostilities in Ukraine. Blinken assured that Washington is working to eliminate the unintended consequences of sanctions.

He admitted that Russia has achieved some success in Ukraine, however, in his opinion, this is of tactical rather than strategic importance.

Earlier, Blinken announced that at the G7 summit, which will be held on June 26 & ndash; Germany, will discuss the possibility of a diplomatic solution to the conflict in Ukraine, as well as preparations for the situation, “if there is no such possibility.”

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In mid-June, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg admitted that peace in Ukraine is possible, but the question is the price— how much territory, how much freedom and democracy the country is willing to pay for it.

Stoltenberg noted that hostilities should end at the negotiating table and that NATO is ready to help Ukraine take the strongest position.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly said that the sanctions “blitzkrieg” Western countries against Russia failed. “The blitzkrieg that our ill-wishers counted on, of course, did not take place, this is obvious. Our financial system, industry work rhythmically, — said the Russian leader.

He also noted that the supply of arms by the West to Ukraine can only prolong the armed conflict, but they will not prevent Russia from achieving its goals— demilitarize and denazify the country.

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