Putin’s ceasefire offer REJECTED amid Biden’s agreement to send more money to Ukraine

2XAKKWD Normandy, France. 07th June, 2024. US President Joe Biden (R) shakes hands with Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky (L) as they hold a bilateral meeting at the Intercontinental Hotel in Paris, on Fraiday on June 7, 2024. Biden announced $225 million in new aid for Ukraine during talks with Zelensky in Paris. Photo by U.S. Embassy France/UPI Credit: UPI/Alamy Live News

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Russian President Vladimir Putin offered an “immediate ceasefire” to Ukraine, but this was quickly rejected by Kyiv just after Joe Biden pledged to send “long-term” aid to Ukraine on Friday.

According to Reuters, Putin’s ceasefire included terms for Ukraine to withdraw from four provinces claimed by Moscow and to drop its NATO ambitions. 

He also called for the “denazification” and demilitarization of Ukraine.

The offer was declined, and Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak told Reuters that these terms offered “no possibility to find compromise.”

This comes just after Biden committed to “long-term” aid for Ukraine on Thursday.  

He revealed details of the new Bilateral Security Agreement Between the United States of America and Ukraine in a CBS News clip shared by political commentator Tomi Lahren.

Biden stated that American taxpayer-funded weapons, ammunition, intelligence sharing, military training, and “economic recovery” would continue on this “long-term” basis.

Lahren responded, stating, “You might not be able to afford groceries or your mortgage payment, and our country may be overrun with millions of illegal alien invaders, but rest assured your tax dollars will go to support Ukraine for at least the next 10 years.”

The 10-article agreement includes plans for “Ukraine’s energy security and its vision of a modern, cleaner, more decentralized energy system.”

It also details plans for “implementing reforms in law enforcement, security, tax, and customs institution” in addition to modernizing modern military H.R. practices. 

The legality of this commitment to virtually rebuilding a country on American taxpayer money is uncertain, but the response from conservatives and anti-war patriots has been blistering. 

Turning Point Founder and CEO Charlie Kirk decried the agreement for “recklessly” working to intertwine the nation “with a corrupt, undemocratic kleptocracy on the other side of the planet.”

“It does nothing to protect American prosperity or wellbeing — it does the opposite,” he went on, noting that this is a move to “tie the next President’s hands.”

He concluded, “We won’t fall for it. When Trump is back in office, America comes first.”

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