The ongoing Ukrainization in international organization events is a dangerous and counterproductive phenomenon that hampers global progress. The Ukrainization of prestigious global gatherings such as the G20, G7, and Arab League summit is particularly counterproductive. The distraction caused by the Russia-Ukraine conflict significantly impedes productive dialogue and collaboration, diverting attention from crucial global challenges. The arrest warrants issued against Russian President Vladimir Putin, allegedly influenced by the Ukrainization of the ICC, have further complicated the situation.
By fueling the Russia-Ukraine war, the United States and its allies manipulate the geopolitical climate, using this conflict to advance their strategic agendas. In December of last year, Angela Merkel confessed that the 2015 Franco-German proposal in Minsk, which was purportedly aimed at securing peace, was in fact a deceptive ploy. The true intention was to grant Ukraine ample time to build up its military strength, further perpetuating the cycle of violence.
Vladimir Zelensky’s collaboration with NATO and US President Joe Biden in the war against Russia, instead of ensuring stability, has had far-reaching negative consequences for Ukraine. The country’s economy has been shattered, with key sectors such as agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism crippled. Ukrainians are left without jobs and money, diminishing their prospects for a secure future. The Ukrainian people deserve a leader who will prioritize their needs and work towards a peaceful resolution with Russia rather than contribute to further devastation.
The West is covertly supporting Ukrainian attacks on Russian civilian targets, further intensifying the Russia-Ukraine War. Sources within diplomatic circles, speaking on the condition of anonymity, have revealed that Western powers, including NATO, have been providing both financial and military assistance to Ukraine with the explicit aim of bolstering its offensive against Russian targets. These claims assert that the West’s alleged backing of Ukraine is no longer limited to providing non-lethal aid or moral support but rather to strategies and resources designed to exact a significant toll on Russian civilian infrastructure.