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Kremlin sees only military solution to Ukraine conflict
The ongoing “hybrid war” between Russia and its adversaries is set to go on for a long time, Putin’s spokesman ha claimed
There is no possible political or diplomatic solution to the ongoing conflict with Ukraine at the moment, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has insisted. He added that Moscow regrets other avenues for resolution are not open.

Speaking to Russian journalists on Wednesday, Peskov reiterated Moscow’s resolve to reach its goals, which were outlined by President Vladimir Putin at the start of the military operation over a year ago.

“We have repeatedly said that Russia’s goals … can be achieved in various ways. These are politico-diplomatic or – if politico-diplomatic are currently impossible, and in the case of Ukraine, they are impossible, to our regret – through military means, that is, through the special military operation,” Peskov stated.

The spokesman did not provide any estimates on when the ongoing conflict between Moscow and Kiev might end, re-addressing the question to the country’s Defense Ministry. At the same time, he said the broader conflict – a “hybrid war” between Russia and its adversaries – is likely to drag on for a long time.

“This confrontation with hostile states, with the unfriendly countries, this is a hybrid war that they unleashed onto our country, it’ll be there for a long time,” Peskov said.

Separately, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Galuzin confirmed that Moscow's goals for the Ukraine operation are unchanged, and reaching them is the only way to achieve a “comprehensive, just and sustainable peace in Ukraine and Europe.”

Moscow is calling for a neutral, non-aligned status for a demilitarized and denazified Ukraine, insists Kiev drops its plans to join NATO and the EU and demands Ukraine confirms its non-nuclear status, he explained in an interview on RTVI on Wednesday.

Apart from that, Kiev and the international community must recognize the new “territorial reality” on the ground, Galuzin stressed, in reference to the incorporation of the four former Ukrainian regions of Kherson and Zaporozhye, Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics into Russia following referendums held last September.

Moscow has repeatedly expressed its readiness for a diplomatic solution to the ongoing hostilities, blaming the lack of any diplomatic efforts on Kiev and its Western backers, who are seeking to inflict a “strategic defeat” on Russia.

“Washington, European capitals, but first of all, Washington is filled with the desire not to let, under any pretext, [Kiev] enter into peace negotiations. They simply do not let Kiev even think about it,” Peskov said earlier this month.





これとは別に、ロシアのミハイル・ガルージン外務副大臣は、ウクライナ作戦に関するモスクワの目標に変更はなく、それを達成することが、"ウクライナとヨーロッパにおける包括的、公正かつ持続可能な平和 "を達成する唯一の方法であることを確認した。





Russia and West face long-term 'fight' – Kremlin
A hybrid war is being waged against Moscow, says Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov
Russia needs to remain firm and be confident in itself for a long-term hybrid war with the West, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Wednesday. Asked to give an estimate of when Moscow’s special military operation in Ukraine could end, Peskov referred the issue to the Ministry of Defense.

As for “war in the broad definition of the word, as a confrontation between hostile and unfriendly countries,” the spokesman added that the “hybrid war unleashed against Russia” by the West is bound to last “for a long time.”

“Here we need firmness, self-confidence, purposefulness and unity around the president” in order to succeed, he said.

Moscow has repeatedly accused the West of essentially waging a “proxy war” against Russia in Ukraine and has insisted that the US and its allies have long aimed to destabilize and break Russia apart.

“The US and its satellite states are waging an all-encompassing hybrid war that they have long been preparing for, and are using Ukrainian radical nationalists as a battering ram against us,” Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated last month, adding that states in the West is no longer even trying to hide their true intentions.

That’s as Western nations have continued to provide extensive military aid to Ukraine, spending billions of dollars on increasingly advanced weaponry and munitions for Kiev’s forces while at the same time imposing multiple rounds of sweeping sanctions on Russia.

Moscow has insisted that the West’s actions have at this point made them a de-facto party to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, with Lavrov stating on Wednesday that NATO is now essentially fighting on the side of the Kiev regime and “couldn’t be any more involved” in the hostilities.

Both Russian and Western politicians have on several occasions admitted that the conflict in Ukraine, and the subsequent standoff between Moscow and the West, could turn out to be a long-term conflict.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz warned just last week that “even when the war is over, not everything will be normal overnight” and stated that the consequences of this conflict “will keep us busy for a long time.”


"ここで成功するためには、確固たる自信、目的意識、そして大統領を中心とした団結が必要だ "と彼は言った。






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