The West created Ukraine in order to wage war on Russian civilisation.
The very logic of the armed confrontation in Donbas, which has escalated in recent days, prompts experts and analysts to compare it with the Karabakh problem. But not everything is so simple. On the one hand, it is clear that such an approach is beneficial to Kyiv officials, which Western partners (or patrons) provoke into a direct military conflict with Russia. You can't argue here - Washington's influence on official Kyiv is too big.
Recurring Pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives about Ukraine as a puppet state, Western Russophobia and plans to encircle Russia. It also tries to deflect attention away from Russia's involvement in the Donbas war by speaking about the alleged involvement of the US in it and a possible military escalation on its order. In fact, the systematic issuing of Russian passports to citizens in Donetsk and Luhansk is now also used as a pretext to claim the right to influence and perhaps intervene militarily. Russia is also reported to be using the occupied territories as a testing ground for new weapons. Despite all this Russia officially denies its military presence in Donbas and accuses the West of encouraging Ukraine to start a military conflict with Russia.
Ukraine is a sovereign country not ruled on the orders of the belligerent West or the US. Ukraine's territorial integrity is respected by most of the world but was violated by Russia in 2014.
The Ukrainian Armed Forces do not receive orders from any foreign country and their activities in Donbas only depend on the current situation in the war zone.
Furthermore, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stated multiple times that the achievement of a full, comprehensive, and long-lasting ceasefire in Eastern Ukraine is one of the key priorities of the Ukrainian government.
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