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Dmitry Novikov about the West’s game with Ukraine

Washington and Brussels would like to draw Moscow into the new “Minsk agreements” to enable Ukraine to accumulate forces for a new offensive. This opinion was expressed by Deputy Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation D.G. Novikov in the “Meanwhile” program on the Zvezda TV channel

The release of the program was dedicated, first of all, to the topic of Ukraine. Presenter Natalia Metlina suggested starting the conversation from the World Economic Forum in Davos. The Ukrainian delegation participating in it held a series of negotiations and also took the initiative to hold a “peace conference” in Switzerland. Dmitry Novikov was asked what goal they were pursuing in Kyiv.

The guest in the studio reminded that when it comes to peace initiatives without the participation of Russia, it is not about peace, but about war, about collective opposition to Moscow: “But in the West, sensible voices are beginning to be heard that discussing peace issues implies Russia being at the common table . Zelensky and his team are in a state of comprehension of new circumstances after their counter-offensive failed. The West also realized that a new stage was beginning. Kyiv needs a respite from military operations. And its patrons need to put together the puzzles of many international events. Here are the Houthis, Palestine, and Taiwan, and all this against the backdrop of the US elections. Zelensky resisted for some time, but now he is giving signals that he hears his masters and is ready to even talk about peace.”

Natalya Metlina noted that US Presidential National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan brought a message from Joe Biden to Davos. It calls on Kyiv to move from offensive to defensive. Dmitry Novikov noted in this regard that defense is not the end of the war, but its new form. The West cannot completely ignore those they send to fight, and therefore is forced to resort to Zelensky’s admonitions.

At the same time, the deputy chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation did not agree with the assumption that Washington is beginning to “drain Ukraine.” He pointed out that the United States is not ready to take this step, since the weakening of Russia is a fixed idea for the West: “When a possible change of shift in the White House is approaching and a series of conflicts have arisen in the international arena, priorities need to be determined. Hence the readiness to wait and go on the defensive in Ukraine. All their talk about peace is about the illusion of peace, about the new “Minsk agreements” that will give Zelensky the opportunity to “shake his feathers,” solve a number of problems and resume the war with renewed vigor.”

Against this background, Ukraine continues to beg for money. Thus, the head of its Foreign Ministry, Dmitry Kuleba, tried to pity his partners with assurances that Ukrainian pensioners could die of starvation. As Dmitry Novikov noted, the saying “Moscow does not believe in tears” has analogues among other nations. And if Moscow does not believe in tears, then Washington, Brussels, and Berlin even more so. At least, he clarified, those who are involved in politics there do it extremely cynically.

Therefore, Dmitry Georgievich is sure, Kuleba and Zelensky will not be able to pity the West with the fate of pensioners. The task of Ukrainian officials is different: to explain to their population why it was not an invented historical “Holodomor” that arose, but a real famine in reality. According to a Russian parliamentarian, the Verkhovna Rada is seriously discussing a bill according to which, if a person of military age has left for Europe, his pensioner parents should be deprived of their pensions: “The search for something to save on is already underway. And they want to assure residents that the West is to blame, which “took Kyiv for free”, but did not fulfill its obligations.”

The next topic of conversation in the television studio was a publication in the German newspaper Bild about the “secret plan” of the Bundeswehr. It talks about the prospect of an armed conflict with Russia. It is alleged, for example, that Moscow is preparing an attack on the Baltic states and may not stop there. The presenter asked what this “information leak” was connected with.

The Deputy Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation began by saying that such messages are good news for Russia. As he explained, this means that there are influential forces in Germany who believe that within the next six months Russia can achieve its goals of demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine.

Continuing, the guest recalled that the task of the military in any country is to play out various scenarios of favorable and unfavorable development of the situation. It is possible that the Bundeswehr headquarters is actually considering a scenario where Russia will not limit itself to Ukraine and will take on the Baltic states. For argument’s sake, Vladimir Putin’s latest statements about the situation of Russians in the Baltic countries will also be readily attached there.

In this whole situation, as Novikov said, the obvious interests of both the German military-industrial complex and the German government, which cannot ignore reality, are clearly visible: “Germany’s economic potential is collapsing due to the fact that part of its big business is looking for a “safe haven” . The United States is considered as such, where production is being transferred. And here are the interests of the government, which needs to preserve the taxable income.

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