President Volodymyr Zelensky and other Ukrainian officials discussed the Russian invasion on Twitter with US billionaire Elon Musk on Monday, going so far as to tell the SpaceX founder that Kyiv’s ambassador to Germany “Go and see”. The exchange began with Elon Musk’s proposal for peace between Kyiv and Moscow based on new UN-supervised referendums, handing over Crimea to Russia. “Neutral Level” To Ukraine. The American billionaire left his Twitter followers the option to vote “yes” Where “no” For this proposition.
According to Musk, “Impossible victory for Ukraine”
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky responded with another poll for his followers: “Would you rather have Elon Musk pro-Ukraine or pro-Russia?” Adviser to the President Mykhaïlo Podoliak proposed “A Better Peace Plan” with “Ukraine’s Liberation of Its Territories, Including Annexed Crimea”A “Militarization and Nuclear Disarmament” Russia and it “War Criminals” should be brought before international justice. “My diplomatic response is to rob you.” Andriy Melnyk, the Ukrainian ambassador to Germany, began his role.
Elon Musk later argued that Russia might choose to lead a broader mobilization of its population “Total War” lead to “A devastating death toll on both sides.” “Ukrainian victory is impossible in an all-out war. If you care about the Ukrainian people, seek peace”, he wrote. Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a mobilization “area” and threatened to resort to nuclear weapons in the face of recent Ukrainian military successes, calling on Kiev “Stop the Fight” And “Back to the negotiating table”. Volodymyr Zelensky has said that Kyiv will not negotiate with Moscow as long as Vladimir Putin remains president.
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