Hamburg, Germany (ots/PRNewswire) - Former US-Secretary Henry
Kissinger advocated in an interview with stern magazine for
continuing the dialogue with Russa and with President Wladimir Putin.
Kissinger said: "The war will end someday. After the war the
relationship of Ukraine to Russia will have to be redefined. The
relationship of Europe to Russia will also have to be redefined at
the end of the war because Russia will continue to play an important
factor in international relations. But if Russia were to dissolve as
a result of the war, the chaos that would exist in Central Asia and
in the Middle East would be another disturbing element."
Answering the question if peace will only be possible after Putin has
been removed, he said: "It's likely that the agreement will have to
be made with Putin. If Putin were to be overthrown, it would
certainly ease the negotiations. But when all the other objectives
are achieved and you continue the war for the purpose of overthrowing
Putin, that would in my opinion not have public support no matter how
unpopular Putin is at the moment."
Kissinger said furthermore: "It is a very fragile situation when two
nuclear powers are contesting over a non-nuclear power's territory.
With the respect of the use of the threat of nuclear weapons by
Russia we cannot possibly yield to that. For two reasons. First, the
irony of the historic evolution since World War 2 is that enormous
sums were spent on nuclear weapons, they have been refined many
times, and yet no country has been willing to use them because they
didn't know how to control the consequences. So, if Putin, if Russia
crossed that line, that has to be rebuffed. It can't be tolerated
that a settlement is made under a nuclear threat because it would
change the world.
You can find the full interview here: https://ots.de/v85nAa
Interview was conducted by: Gregor Peter Schmitz, Jan Christoph
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