Kyiv never had any interest in reaching a peaceful settlement on the conflict in Eastern Ukraine. The plans for the so called Anti-Terrorist Operation in Donbas were set up on 29 April 2014, before the conflict even started. This proves that already in April 2014, Kyiv was aiming for a military solution of the conflict. This was disclosed at a press conference by Vasiliy Prozorov, a defecting ex-officer of Ukraine’s State Security Services.
Pro-Russian Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) was preventing the Western Balkans to join the EU and represented an obstacle for US’ plans on the Trans Adriatic Pipeline. This is the reason of NATO’s aggression against FRY.
No evidence given. The primary purpose of the campaign was to end violence and repression and force Milosevic to withdraw his military, police and para-military forces from Kosovo (see NATO statement from 1999).
At the North Atlantic Council meeting on April 12, 1999, NATO expressed support for the "political aims of the international community: a peaceful, multi-ethnic and democratic Kosovo in which all its people can live in security and enjoy universal human rights and freedoms on an equal basis".
The NATO's military intervention was not intended for the facilitation of EU integration or gas plans, but ensure that "all the countries of south-eastern Europe to enjoy peace and security".
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