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Putin has three options for Ukraine’s plans: from “optimistic” to “radical” experts

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There were both "optimistic" plan and a "radical" plan as well as a probable post-war plan


Russian President Vladimir Putin has three long-term plans to choose from if he successfully takes over management Ukraineexperts say.

An article written for Russian This was reported by the tabloid “Komsomolskaya Pravda”. Russian invasion of Ukraine may follow one of three reported long-term plans.

The article, which puts a political scientist and a journalist in a debate with each other, was translated by Dmitry Grozubinsky, who shared the translation on Twitter and called the article “absolutely horrible.”

The article discusses three plans that Putin can implement, “the post-war fate of Ukraine.”

Political scientist Piotr Kulichenko and KP journalist Syarhei Panamarou discussed three plans in the article.

There was both an “optimistic” and a “radical” as well as a likely post-war plan

One of the three plans was called “Optimistic”, namely “Ukraine remains the same (minus the territories of the DPR and LPR within their administrative boundaries.”

Ponomarev said it was the most “attractive” plan at first glance, but said that “lacquer Ukraine, collected in just a few decades from territories stolen or donated to the Russian Federation, cannot remain intact.”

But Ponomarev’s “realistic plan” claims that Ukraine will be divided into several parts.

He called it “the best way to solve the problem”, which after a number of stages and elections was called “New Russia”.

Russia's invasion of Ukraine has led to hundreds of thousands being evacuated
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to hundreds of thousands being evacuated

The most “radical” plan, according to Ponomarev, is the “complete disappearance of Ukraine as a country.”

Ponomarev writes that: “It would be possible only if the collapse of the country at the end of the special operation reaches a completely irreversible and chaotic level.

“It is now clear only that the country it was no longer exists.”

The Russian tabloid outlined three post-war plans
The Russian tabloid outlined three post-war plans

Political scientist Kulichenko weighed and called the speculations “too extreme”, but in any case, Ukraine will be “much more dangerous.”

Kulichenko added that he did not believe that the “West” recognizes the “Novorossiya project” in Ukraine, arguing that Western leaders would call it “puppet” and prefer to have relations only with the immigrant government of Zelensky.

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