Meeting Russia’s terms would be the greatest humiliation for the US and NATO, – Kuleba

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Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba does not believe that the US or NATO will agree with Russia’s demand to stop eastward expansion or withdraw from the countries of central Europe.

It is reported by UA with reference to RBC-Ukraine.

According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Russian Federation demands not only the non-expansion of NATO to the east, but also the termination of the military presence of the Alliance in the NATO member countries.

“I do not believe in this, because to accept such a demand in any form would be the greatest humiliation of the United States and NATO in the history since the founding of the Alliance,” said Dmytro Kuleba.

According to Kuleba in diplomacy there is a term – madman strategy. This is a demonstration to your partner that you are just mad, ready at all costs, unpredictable, and therefore you need to be treated with special compliance and meekness. The Cuban missile crisis appeared from this very strategy of Khrushchev.

According to Dmytro Kuleba, the level of threat of large-scale Russian invasion to Ukraine increased for the last month, but didn’t cross a red mark.

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