Fake: The Peace Agreement between Russia and Ukraine signed on 10 March 2022

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What Peace Agreement?

(1) They are still negotiating on 12 March 2022.

(2) If a Peace Agreement was signed on 10 March 2022, why would Ukraine offer a reward for defecting Russian pilots on 12 Marc 2022?

Ukraine offers Russian pilots a reward if they defect, and other offers of reward

(3) Why would the 16th Day of the Russian Invasion of Ukraine begin with the encirclement of Kyiv?

Day 16, March 12, 2022: Russian forces widen attacks; move to encircle Kyiv

(4) Why would Chin’s Foreign Minister be a signatory?

Signed by the Russian Foreign Minister

Signed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine
German foreign minister signed
Signed by the French Foreign Minister
Chinese foreign minister signed
United Nations Representative: Signature
Signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin

Signed by Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky

March 10, 2022 AD

(5) This is on 12 March 2022.

(6) Zelenskyy speaks. Note the date. How could he be speaking in war time if a peace treaty had been signed on 10 March 2022?

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Great news about Agreement reached between Russia and Ukraine.
English Translation

So creative/imaginative
The diplomatic representatives of Russia and Ukraine, through repeated mediation, repeated negotiations and consultations among China, Germany and France, have reached the following agreement on the cessation of armed conflict, the restoration of peace and the normalization of relations between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Ukraine.
First, Ukraine promises never to join NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) and never allow the deployment of foreign troops and foreign military equipment and weapons on its own territory;

Second, Ukraine promises never to regain possession of nuclear weapons, never to develop nuclear and biological weapons, and never to possess them; the International Atomic Energy Agency and the International Agency for the Prohibition of Biological and Chemical Weapons are responsible for verifying and supervising Ukraine’s responsibility and obligation to never possess nuclear and biological weapons.

Third, restore the status of Russian as one of the two official languages ​​in Ukraine. Residents of all ethnic groups in Ukraine can freely choose to speak and write Ukrainian or Russian without any discrimination.

Fourth, restore the legal status of the Kharkiv People’s Republic, the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Luhansk People’s Republic established since 2014, and retain a high degree of autonomy. Ukraine does not have troops stationed in the three Russian republics. Their status is similar to that of China’s Hong Kong and Macau, and Ukraine firmly disagrees with the Taiwan model of China.

Fifth, Ukraine will no longer carry out anti-Russian, anti-Russian, and slanderous propaganda and propaganda. Russia has also stopped anti-Ukraine propaganda.

Sixth, Ukraine can join the European Union (European Union) on its own. However, whether the three highly autonomous republics will join together will be resolved through negotiations between the EU, the Ukrainian government and the governments of the three highly autonomous republics.

Seventh, along the border between Russia and Ukraine, and along the border between Ukraine and the three highly autonomous republics, deploy international peacekeeping forces led by China. The peacekeepers are composed of the five permanent members of the United Nations (China, the United States, Russia, Britain and France), plus Germany, plus India, Brazil, and South Africa (that is, the other three BRICS countries), responsible for peacekeeping. The commander of the peacekeeping force is the Chinese general, and the deputy commander of the peacekeeping force is alternately served by colonel or colonel-level officers from France and Germany.

Eighth, the five permanent members of the United Nations, plus Germany, Italy, India, Brazil, South Africa, Ukraine, Pakistan, and Japan, form the Russia-Ukraine Restoration of Peace and Relations Normalization Committee, responsible for supervising and coordinating the aftermath work and proposals. Guiding Opinions.

Ninth, after Russia and Ukraine reached an agreement, Russia promised to withdraw its troops from Ukraine in stages and in batches, and withdraw all military equipment and weapons with them, and agreed that all Russian troops would withdraw from Ukraine within three months after the signing of the peace agreement;

Tenth, both sides release all the prisoners of war of the other side. While the prisoners of war were in custody, both sides were given normal treatment and the wounded were treated.

Eleventh, the two sides promised not to persecute their own prisoners of war and those who had assisted the other side. The two sides promised to return the weapons and equipment seized during the conflict. But what has been damaged will not be returned.

Twelfth, Russia promised to terminate diplomatic relations at the ambassadorial level with the three highly autonomous republics three months after Ukraine has effectively implemented the above-mentioned agreement. However, consulates can be established in these three republics.

Thirteenth, the above-mentioned three republics still belong to the administrative regions of Ukraine, but are demilitarized. The existing Russian militias were reorganized into armed police forces under the leadership of the Autonomous Republic. The Ukrainian army can only send individual liaison officers, observers, staff officers to enter.

Thirteenth, whether Russia has the right to deploy anti-missile weapons, medium-range, long-range, intercontinental missiles, nuclear weapons, etc. in the above-mentioned three republics, depends on whether the United States, NATO and other countries deploy similar weapons in Europe, Eastern Europe, and Russia. . If they are deployed, Russia also has the right to deploy similar weapons in the three countries mentioned above.

Fourteenth, the Crimean Peninsula was allocated from Russia to Ukraine by the central government of the Soviet Union in 1954 and returned to Russia peacefully in 2014. Ukraine no longer claims sovereignty over Crimea. But consulates can be established. Russia promises that residents in Crimea, regardless of their nationality, who are willing to become Russian nationals, will be accepted and granted citizenship; those who are willing to retain Ukrainian nationality will be granted permanent residence permits. Those who are willing to go back to Ukraine are allowed to bring their private property, including gold and silver, including stocks and other negotiable securities, back to Ukraine. At the same time, Russia guarantees that the sovereignty and governance of Crimea belongs to the local people. jointly owned by Russia and Ukraine.
Fifteenth, Ukraine resumes the supply of water (fresh water), electricity and gas to Crimea before 2014, and the relevant Russian companies will purchase them from the relevant Ukrainian companies at the usual international prices. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991 and before Ukraine returned to Russia in 2014, Russia paid Ukraine appropriate compensation for the public livelihood facilities invested and constructed by the Ukrainian government in Crimea and purchased them at a price. The specific amount shall be negotiated and negotiated by the relevant enterprises and companies of both parties.

Sixteenth, Russia promised not to be the first to deploy anti-missile weapons, medium-range, long-range, intercontinental missiles, nuclear weapons, etc. in Crimea. But if the United States, NATO and other countries deploy these weapons around Europe, Eastern Europe, and Russia, Russia also has the right to deploy similar weapons in Crimea.

Seventeenth, the UN Security Council and the Russian-Ukrainian Committee for the Restoration of Peace and Normalization of Relations are responsible for the interpretation and implementation of the terms of this agreement.

Eighteenth, this agreement is in seven copies, which are in Russian, Ukrainian, French, German, Chinese and English. The seven versions of the agreement are equally valid. published in the media. Among them, Germany, France, China, and the Quartet of the Security Council are the mediators as intermediary witnesses. Ukraine and Russia are both parties to the agreement.

Nineteenth, the agreement will be signed by the presidents of the two countries and will take effect immediately after it is passed by the parliament.

Signed by the Russian Foreign Minister

Signed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine
German foreign minister signed
Signed by the French Foreign Minister
Chinese foreign minister signed
United Nations Representative: Signature
Signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin

Signed by Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky

March 10, 2022 AD

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