“Putin will not stop until he is stopped. That’s why calls for a cease-fire, audible across Europe and America, are badly misplaced”
“Whatever its officials may say, Russia remains focused on war and aims to ruin Ukraine and shatter the West,” Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba said in his op-ed for the New York Times.
In his opinion, Mr. Putin will not stop until he is stopped. That’s why calls for a cease-fire, audible across Europe and America, are badly misplaced. This is not the time to accept unfavorable cease-fire proposals or peace deals.
“Military assistance to Ukraine is not charity. It is a necessary investment in Europe’s long-term security. The Ukrainian Army will emerge out of this conflict — Europe’s largest land war since 1945 — as one of the continent’s most capable military forces. After repelling Russia’s invasion, the Ukrainian military will devote itself to safeguarding the security and stability of Europe, protecting democracy from any authoritarian encroachment,” the minister emphasized.