Germany: Putin will not win, but he will negotiate seriously

Against the background of the continuation of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is back and warned of what he called the victory of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

In a speech delivered Thursday at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, he stressed that Moscow should not concede victories, considering that Putin had failed to achieve his strategic goals. in Ukraine, as he said.

“Ukraine cannot be defeated”

He expressed confidence that Russia would not win the war in Ukraine, nor would Putin be allowed to dictate terms pace.

He also considered that the Russian president will negotiate seriously when he realizes that Ukraine cannot be defeated.

The latest German declarations have arrived in amid growing speculation that the conflict between Russia and Ukraine will last for months afterwards.

“None pace in view”

As a result, Italy and Hungary have now urged the EU to explicitly call for a ceasefire and pace with the Russians, putting them in contrast with other Member States determined to take a hard line with Moscow.

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At the same time, the military operation launched by the Russian forces in Ukrainian territory on February 24 entered its fourth month, with no prospect so far of a truce or ceasefire, especially after the negotiations of pace that took place in more round in the past the months have stopped in this moment.

Interestingly, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz had repeatedly warned of the loss of international order in light of the Russian military operation in Ukraine.

And he believed in an event last week, which if Putin escaped, he would have threatened to lose international rules, which is why he shouldn’t win in Ukraine, as he said.

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