Volker says Russia’s aggression will not end with negotiations

Former U.S. envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker said on Sunday that Russia’s invasion would not end with negotiations, adding that Russian President Vladimir Putin has “surrendered” to destroying the country.

Margaret Brennan, the host of “Face the Nation,” asked Volker at CBS if there was a country that could negotiate the end of Russia’s attack on Ukraine.

“It’s totally different. No, you need to understand that Putin is devoted to military victory. He wants to destroy Ukraine and decapitate his leadership. He wants to kill and injure how many people. I don’t care what happens to the civilians, causing it. This is the mission of the Messiah he is working on. That’s why he has to be stopped, “Polker said.

Volker also pointed out that Ukrainian pilots were trained to use jets and called on the United States to provide Ukraine with A-10 aircraft.

Brennan pointed out that many other countries, including France, Germany and Israel, diplomatically tried to stop the war and asked Volker who could bring an end.

“Ukrainians can do this,” Volker said. “Ukrainians are there, they are determined, they are fighting. We are fortunate that we do not have to be in a position to fight Putin or try to stop him. Ukrainians Are ready to do this, which is why it is important to give them as much support and support as we can. “