Instead of talking about sanctions and to condemn Russia's policy towards Ukraine, U.S. President Barack Obama should create a " comprehensive and acceptable to both parties, said the American political scientist and politician, former adviser to U.S. President Jimmy Carter on public security Zbigniew Brzezinski in the interview to the edition.
review the analyst, as long as there remains a real possibility of a ceasefire in Ukraine, Washington must "hold" from anti-Russian rhetoric and attempts at " creating this form of settlement in which certain desires US and desires Russia would have a compatible ". Brzezinski says, because it is the formula in which Ukraine could move towards the European Union, and Russia would have received guarantees from NATO about the fact that the Alliance does not consider the question of the adoption of Kiev.
"We (USA - approx. Ed.) must say Putin gently enough without demonstrative humiliation that if he starts to show military activity, we will not have a choice of a political or any other - except to provide Ukrainians weapons, " said the ex-Advisor to President Carter national security.
American politicians before many times expressed the opinion about the fact that the Russian Federation is a party to the conflict and leads there, " military activities ", considering the Ukrainian crisis as a battleground between the interests of the United States and Russia. In the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, for its part, emphasize that the authors ' speculations about as if military intervention of Russia in the events in Russia to date has not shown a single proof of their position. Also full compliance Moscow obligation "to refrain from the danger of force or its use against the territorial integrity or political independence of Ukraine" according to the Budapest Memorandum.