Cursed on Elon Musk’s ‘Peace Proposal’ – VG

Cursed on Elon Musk's 'Peace Proposal' - VG
Minor success as a peace negotiator: Elon Musk has not received many positive comments about peace proposals in the war between Ukraine and Russia.

The Tesla founder tweeted a proposal to end the war in Ukraine that was not well received.


Musk has the confidence to tweet about many different things, including the war in Ukraine. He has now listed several points for peace and has created a Twitter poll, where people can answer “yes” or “no” together on his four points.

He wrote that Crimea, illegally annexed by Russia in 2014, should be officially allowed to become Russian.

He also wrote that new referendums should be held in the four regions where Russia held “referendums” last week. Musk believes that the United Nations should arrange them this time.

By the way, these regions are internationally recognized as Ukrainian, and no country other than Russia has ever considered holding “referendums” in these regions.

Musk also wrote that Crimea’s water supply must be secured, and that Ukraine must remain neutral. This was written a few days after the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky says his country has officially applied for NATO membership.

Yes or no, Twitter users can respond to Musk’s “peace proposal.”

Musk received an answer from President Zelensky himself, who created a separate poll where he simply asks: Which Elon Musk do you support? There are two options for the answer: who supports Ukraine, or who supports Russia.

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba also gave his answer:

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-Those who suggest that Ukraine abandon its country and people – ostensibly not to hurt Putin’s vanity or to save Ukraine from suffering – should stop using the word “peace” as a euphemism for “allowing the Russians to kill, rape and even more thousands of innocent Ukrainians are robbed and robbed,” Kuleba wrote. More land.

Ukraine’s ambassador to Germany, Andrei Melnik, is not diplomatic in his response on Twitter.

– Go to hell, this is not my diplomatic answer to you. The only thing happening now (as a result of Musk’s Twitter message) is that no Ukrainian will buy your Tesla crap. So, good luck, write accordingly CNBC.

Musk received a lot of support from the Ukrainians in the first phase of the war, When he activated SpaceX’s Starlink satellites Over Ukraine, at the request of the Ukrainian authorities.

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