"Primitive lobbyist": Podolyak responded harshly to Kissinger about negotiations with the Russian Federation
The idea of the former head of the State Department, Henry Kissinger, to start peace talks with the Russian Federation now speaks of a deep misunderstanding of the essence of the ongoing conflict. This was stated by Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, Mykhailo Podolyak, in a commentary to the FREEDOM TV channel.
Podolyak recalled that in the middle of the "zero" years, Kissinger worked on the supervisory boards of Russian "raw material and cultural organizations." According to the adviser to the head of the Presidential Office, the former US Secretary of State does not understand the essence of the ongoing war and retells the narratives of Russian propaganda.
"That is, he is a rather primitive and straightforward lobbyist with a not very clear understanding of what today's war is, what the nature of today's war is, and what are the consequences of the incorrect finalization of this war," Podolyak described Kissinger.
According to the adviser to the head of the Office of the President, Kissinger does not understand that the Kremlin, without being punished, will not fulfill its new obligations and will continue to destroy international law.
“Then Russia will understand that lawlessness has come, that you can go to any other country and say, “Nazis are here too. We considered that we have the right, without coordinating with anyone, to conduct a special military operation there," he warned.
Podolyak stressed that the war had already passed the line, after which it was possible to sit down at the negotiating table and pretend that the participants simply "got excited." In his opinion, the peace process in the current war can only begin after the Russian troops leave the foreign territory.
On the eve of a veteran of American politics, former Secretary of the US State Department, Henry Kissinger, proposed to start peace negotiations with Russia.
According to him, the time is approaching for negotiations to achieve peace in Ukraine to reduce the risk of another destructive world war.
But this is not Kissinger's strangest statement during this war. In May, a veteran of American politics suggested that Ukraine simply give Russia part of its territory to achieve peace. By this, he caused acute discontent in Kyiv.