If there is no progress in the negotiations on resolving the situation in Donbas by the end of the year, Ukraine may propose a tightening sanctions against Russia, in particular, disconnecting it from the international payment system.
This was said by the head of the Ukrainian delegation to the Tripartite Contact Group Leonid Kravchuk on the air of the program “Ukraine with Tigran Martirosyan” on the TV channel “Ukraine 24”.
“These could be sanctions called an international payment system. We will ask about it and demand it, ”he said in response to the question what plan “B” for the Donbass.
According to Krawczuk, Ukraine remains faithful to the diplomatic solution of the problem and will not “demand war, because it is not part of the philosophy of democratic Ukraine”.
So if the Kremlin does not want to negotiate diplomatically, it is necessary to restore the territorial integrity of Ukraine through the joint pressure of the world community and Kiev, said the first president of Ukraine. “We will find forms of pressure,” he added.
Krawczuk also recalled that in 2020 the document on the comprehensive one was adopted silence mode in Donbas, “Which is not perfect but respected.” “But no concrete steps have been taken towards peace,” said the head of the Ukrainian delegation to GKT.
He stressed that as long as foreign troops remain in the occupied territories of Donbass, elections cannot be held there – first, conditions must be created. Moreover, Kravchuk believes it martial law “In no way” will help to win the war in Donbas.
Attention, the most popular payment systems, both in Ukraine and Russia, today there are exactly international systems Visa и Mastercard. Most bank cards and checking accounts focus on one of them. Almost all banks in the world are connected to these two systems, operating according to the rules they set.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Kravchuk said the RCNiO is developing a “B” plan for Donbas. According to him, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy plans to wait until 9 December, the anniversary of the meeting in Normandy, for an analysis of the situation.