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Russia’s Military Advance in Ukraine Wins It Advantages in New Truce Deal

‘Minsk II’ Accord Will Let Moscow Keep Pumping Arms, Fighters into Ukraine War
With thousands of Ukrainian troops nearly surrounded in Donbas by the freshly armed, Kremlin-directed rebel militias, Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko accepted the Minsk II agreement February 12. The new accord is clearly less advantageous to Kyiv than was the Minsk I agreement, which Moscow has openly flouted since its signing last September. This diplomatic victory for Moscow reflects Russia’s advances on the battlefield, which have weakened Ukraine’s position steadily since September, but especially in the last few weeks. …read more

Source: Atlantic Council

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