Twitter users said that where to go to the Mask, offered to return Alaska to the Russian Federation and are angry. The Office of the President of Ukraine also reacted to Musk’s “proposal”.
Elon Musk suggested his “world picture” for Ukraine. Twitter users disagree. The development of the topic was followed by the TG channel Ukraine Now.
The founder of Tesla and SpaceX tweeted possible requests for an end to the war in Ukraine:
Holding referendums in occupied territories under UN supervision.
Crimea is formally part of Russia, as it was from 1783 until “Khrushchev’s mistake.”
Crimea’s water supply is provided.
Ukraine remains a neutral state.
In response, Paul Massaro, senior adviser to the US Congressional Helsinki Commission, wrote that the war would only end under the following conditions:
Ukraine liberated all its sovereign territories.
Russia is decolonizing, demilitarizing and denuclearizing.
Twitter users said that where to go to the Mask, offered to return Alaska to the Russian Federation and are angry.
“This will probably be the result – the only question is how many people will die before that. It is also worth noting that a possible, although unlikely, outcome of this conflict is a nuclear war,” wrote Musk.
Former Ukrainian Ambassador to Germany Andriy Melnyk also responded to Musk. “Diplomatically,” as Ukraine emphasizes today.
The Office of the President of Ukraine also responded to Musk. Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Presidential Office, offered his own version of the solution to the end of the war:
Ukraine liberated its territories. Including the annexed Crimea.
Russia is undergoing demilitarization and mandatory denuclearization and can no longer threaten others.
War criminals are subject to an international tribunal.
And Musk is already complaining about bot attacks, his company’s shares are falling.
It was previously reported that Elon Musk’s son underwent a gender reassignment and made his first public appearance.
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