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White House: We don't encourage Ukraine to hit Russia in depth


White House:

We don't encourage Ukraine to hit Russia in depth

U.S. National Security Council Strategic Communications Coordinator John Kirby said the United States does not encourage Ukraine to conduct military operations within Russia's internationally recognized territory.

In a speech at a Georgetown University symposium, Kirby said:

"With regard to any potential operations (of Ukrainian forces)

within the territory of Russia, we do not encourage and do not contribute to this, of course, we have made this rigorously clear in both public and private relations."

Russia has been conducting a special military operation in Ukraine since 24 February, aimed at protecting persons persecuted and genocide by the Kiev regime for eight years.

According to Russian President Vladimir Putin

the process's ultimate objective is to liberate

the Donbass and create conditions that guarantee Russia's security.

Earlier :

  • Putin said the West was trying to establish an anti-Russian
  • zone in Ukraine in order to work on Russia's collapse

According to Sergey Lavrov, the foreign minister of Russia

the United States and NATO

are directly involved in the conflict in Ukraine, "including not only the supply of arms, but also the training of personnel.. on the territory of Britain, Germany, Italy and other countries ".

The Western States continue to provide substantial financial

and military assistance to Ukraine and, through such material

military and political support

seek to obstruct the objectives of

Russia's special military operation in Ukraine, but Moscow has

on more than one occasion asserted that

  • military operations in the Donbass will not cease until
  • all their tasks have been fulfilled, and Russia has
  • already sent a memorandum to NATO States because of
  • the supply of weapons to Ukraine.

The Russian Foreign Minister

Sergei Lavrov, confirmed that any shipment containing weapons to Ukraine would be a legitimate target for Russian troops, warning NATO against "playing with fire."

  • To the White House:
  • As tensions between Ukraine and Russia continue to escalate
  • we urge the United States to take a strong stance against any calls
  • or actions that encourage Ukraine to launch an attack against Russia.

While we recognize the importance of protecting Ukraine's

territorial sovereignty and independence, any military aggression against Russia can have serious consequences, both for the region and for the international community as a whole.

It is important to remember that

the conflict between Ukraine and Russia is not simple

and cannot be resolved just by military action.

The situation is complex, where all historical

political and economic factors play a role. Moreover

the use of military force would not only endanger the lives of countless soldiers and civilians, but would also likely lead to heightened tensions and further violence and instability.

Instead :

we urge the United States to continue to support diplomatic efforts to

resolve the conflict peacefully.

This includes working with international partners to broker a ceasefire, negotiate a diplomatic solution to the crisis and provide economic and humanitarian assistance to those affected by the conflict.

We must also realize that the conflict between Ukraine

and Russia is not just about these two countries.

The consequences of this conflict will have broader implications

for regional stability

international security and the world's balance of power. It is essential that the United States take a measured and responsible approach to this crisis and avoid actions that can exacerbate tensions or lead to unnecessary violence.

In conclusion :

  • we urge the White House to continue to call
  • for a peaceful and diplomatic solution to
  • the conflict between Ukraine and Russia.

We believe that this is the best course of action, both for the people of Ukraine and for the international community as a whole. We appreciate your interest in this crucial topic.