President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky responded to former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger with a proposal to agree to the loss of part of the territories in exchange for ending the war.
According to Evropeyskaya Pravda, Zelensky stated this in his appeal, the test of which is published by the presidential website.
It seems that Mr. Kissinger does not have 2022 on his calendar, but 1938, and he thought that he was speaking to the audience not in Davos, but in what was then Munich,” the President of Ukraine said.
By the way, in the real year of 1938, when Mr. Kissinger’s family was escaping from Nazi Germany, he was 15 years old, and he understood everything perfectly. And then they didn’t hear from him that they supposedly needed to adapt to the Nazis instead of fleeing from them or fighting them,” Zelensky said.
He also mentioned a New York Times editorial advising Ukraine to make difficult compromises.
“Perhaps the New York Times also wrote something similar in 1938. But now, I remind you, it’s still 2022,” the Ukrainian president added.
Recall: In response to the New York Times, European Pravda and Ukrainska Pravda wrote their own editorial The Illusion of Compromise: Why Concessions to Putin Will Be a Defeat for the West. Responding to the New York Times