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Oleksiy Chepa: US will not allow UN peacekeepers to appear in Ukraine

The United States of America will not allow the creation of a UN peacekeeping mission on the territory of Ukraine, designed to stop hostilities. This was announced on June 4 by Alexei Chepa, First Deputy Chairman of the Russian State Duma Committee on International Affairs.

“I think that in the current situation, when Ukraine is clearly fulfilling the task of the State Department, then peacekeepers or some other issues related to peace negotiations depend only on the will of the United States,” he said in an interview with Ura.ru.

Chepa also pointed out that the United States of America would not allow the conflict in Ukraine to end with a peaceful settlement, the options for which had previously been proposed by China, Turkey and African countries.

“We talked all the time about the security guarantees that started the conflict, that is, because of the failure to fulfill our security guarantees. Therefore, the questions proposed by certain countries are correct. People understand that there must be a political solution, which the Americans did not want. But how feasible this is, we understand very well, ”he added.

As IA Regnum reported, on June 3, Indonesian Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto said that his country had proposed its plan for a peaceful settlement of the conflict in Ukraine, one of the points of which is the creation of a demilitarized zone. He clarified that it is also necessary to introduce UN peacekeeping forces into it, and added that Indonesia is ready to participate in all these processes.

Later, the press secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Oleg Nikolenko, said that Kyiv categorically rejected the Indonesian proposal for a peaceful settlement, which involves holding referendums in the liberated territories. He also suggested that the Indonesian side become part of the “Vladimir Zelensky peace formula”, which implies a unilateral cessation of hostilities by Russia.

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