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“We’ve wrongfully cut off Russia from the West”
Vita gazette- The US Presidential candidate blamed America for the US-EU-Russia-Ukraine and China policy. Vivek Ramaswamy suggests the US was behind the “Nord Stream Pipeline” bombings. “We’ve wrongfully cut off Russia from the West by bombing the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines and also sanctioning Russia,” Ramaswamy said.
Ramaswamy, who is regarded as the primary winner of the first Republican presidential debate, put forth his strategy outlining his intention to establish a “deal” with Moscow if elected.
Ramaswamy, a candidate for the Republican nomination for the 2024 presidential election in the USA, briefly stated that it was a tremendous strategic mistake for America to cut off relations between Russia and the West and drew attention to the fact that China and Russia, one of the most powerful countries in the world, formed a bloc. Arguing that the USA should approach Russia instead of Ukraine, Rama pointed out that it would be sufficient for Russia not to make Ukraine a member of NATO for this. Rama thus confirmed the correctness of the rationale for Russia’s war with Ukraine.
According to Fox News, Ramaswamy promised to end the conflict by reaching a ceasefire in Ukraine and an agreement with Russia. In the millionaire’s view, it is necessary to promise that Ukraine will not be part of NATO.
Nord Stream and imposing sanctions
Ramaswamy said it was wrong of Washington to detach Russia from the West by blowing up the Nord Stream pipelines and imposing sanctions. “We made the mistake of isolating Russia from the West by blowing up the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines and imposing sanctions on Russia,” Ramaswamy said.
The United States has helped China and Russia to get closer
Ramaswamy stressed that the wrong policy of the United States has supported the two countries (Russia-China) getting closer. “Russia should exit its military alliance with China. Now, we are pushing Russia even further into the hands of China. The Russian-Chinese military alliance is the biggest threat facing the United States today,” he said.
NATO will not accept Ukraine into NATO
While calling for action together with Russia, Ramaswamy said it would be enough for Ukraine not to be accepted as a NATO member state. Ramaswamy said. “I also strongly pledge that NATO will not accept Ukraine into NATO. This is enough to convince Putin to go through with the deal. But in return, I will ask for something even greater.”