Kremlin admits massive war defeat by asking for recognition of only pre-war gains

 

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  1. What about Klemlin to acknowledge that Russia accepts all previous international treaties and in particular Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances, which comprises three identical political agreements, signed at the OSCE conference in Budapest, Hungary on 5 December 1994.
    According to the memorandum, Russia, the US and the UK confirmed their recognition of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine becoming parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and effectively abandoning their nuclear arsenal to Russia and that they agreed to the following:

    -Respect Belarusian, Kazakh and Ukrainian independence and sovereignty in the existing borders.
    -Refrain from the threat or the use of force against Belarus, Kazakhstan or Ukraine.
    -Refrain from using economic pressure on Belarus, Kazakhstan or Ukraine to influence their politics.
    -Seek immediate Security Council action to provide assistance to Belarus, Kazakhstan or Ukraine if they “should become a victim of an act of aggression or an object of a threat of aggression in which nuclear weapons are used”.
    -Refrain from the use of nuclear arms against Belarus, Kazakhstan or Ukraine.
    -Consult with one another if questions arise regarding those commitments.

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