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U.S. Says No To Peace in Ukraine

The United States is warning the world that it does not want a peace agreement between Ukraine and Russia if it is negotiated by China. Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping today, followed by a meeting in Ukraine with President Zelensky. The U.S. is acting like anyone not invited to an important dinner party.

“We don’t support calls for a ceasefire right now,” National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby said in response to a question by Newsweek. He said that a ceasefire would only serve to verify Russia’s control of the Donbass region, which overwhelmingly voted to join Russia last fall in a referendum vote.

President Putin visited the Donbass region this weekend unexpectedly. This followed a visit to Crimea on the ninth anniversary of the annexation of that region.

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