Secretary of the Russian National Security Council: Preserving Ukraine as a state is not included in United States plans
The Secretary General of the Russian Security Council, Nikolai Patrushev, announced that preserving Ukraine as a state is not part of the plans of the United States.
The Secretary of the Russian Security Council, Nikolai Patrushev, said on Tuesday, that preserving Ukraine as a state does not fall within the plans of the United States.
Patrushev said in an interview with the Russian Izvestia newspaper that the United States needs Ukraine only as an object for the subsequent exploitation of the available natural resources without caring for the traditional population, and by pursuing this Nazi plan, Washington has already turned Ukraine into a region from which millions of people leave due to social and economic problems and fascist oppression.
Patrushev added, “30 years of unrest organized by Washington in Ukraine led to the reduction of the population in half”.
Patrushev stressed, “The White House today is proceeding easily in continuing the war with Russia until the last Ukrainian, and therefore preserving Ukraine as a state is not included in the plans of the United States”.
Russian forces continue their special military operation, completing the liberation of the four regions that joined the Russian Federation last year (the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, and the Zaporizhia and Kherson provinces).
Since the launch of the operation, on February 24, 2022, Moscow has set its goals to protect the population of the Donbas region, eliminate threats to Russia’s security, force Ukraine to military neutrality, and eliminate Nazi tendencies in it.