Latest update: 26-11-2022
– Additions. The core values of democracy, rule of law and fundamental rights are fundamental within the EU. Authoritarian alternates will not be tolerated for sake of peace. And no veto right in vote of accession of Ukraine, Russia and Belarus.
– Introduction of my proposed Organisation for Democratic Constitutional States – ODCS as successor for NATO.
– The proposed new border also involves the Oskil river.
My original peace plan was from before the ugly and (again) disastrous proxy war in Ukraine broke out. After the in my opinion deliberately provoked high strategic red line of Russia in Ukraine by the nationalistic US&UK governments and their collaborators&sympathisers in NATO and the EU. Unfortunately…and I cannot like this either…Russia, after having put them against the wall one time more, then proceeded to attack Ukraine to maintain that red line. And the horrific proxy war followed has been going on for several months now.
Although the propaganda storyline of the US and UK and their sympathisers is starting to sink through the ice and also perpetrator UK PM Boris Johnson and supporter Australian PM Scott Morrison are exit it is still very unclear when and where the fighting will stop for a first peace attempt by probably French president Macron. Nationalist and primary perpetrator US President Joe Biden and remaining collaborators&sympathisers and too many faithful gullibles seem to want to continue the proxy war for now. Until then, it is difficult to indicate now what a peace plan should look like. Except that this nationalist project MUST fail and both Russia and Belarus besides Ukraine are also part of an European collective future. So working on an adapted version.
My peace plan proposal to end this ugly…now…proxy war in Ukraine in our Europe. A war between two European people and countries, provoked by non-Europeans and their sympathisers within NATO and EU, that must end as soon as possible..!! An ugly proxy war in Ukraine in Europe with..again..disastrous consequences for the country, region and world. We saw it before with the other flawed nationalist projects by those involved. But too many did not learn the lessons.. Time to wake up and act!!
(Strikethrough are parts of the version before the conflict deliberately escalated…there may be notes on this in italics.)
Ukraine will only become a member of NATO when Belarus and Russia become members of the reformed NATO too. (The already ‘brain death’ NATO…president Macron was right on that…took the wrong turn by supporting again this faulty nationalistic project of the US, UK and its sympathisers after Afghanistan and Iraq. Probably thinking to become relevant again. And in that sense, it will have no future, especially not for EU security, which it turned against with this choice. Unfortunately, it could have been so different if one sees my old peace plan. My proposed successor NATO is Organisation for Democratic Constitutional States – ODCS)
The main point of the peace plan after after the peace settlement in the war in Ukraine and democratic, judicial, economic and military reforms in the countries is the guarantee of EU membership for Ukraine, Russia and Belarus before 2045 (example my vision EU 2045), when we remember and celebrate 100 years after the end of the horrific World War 2 in Europe and the start of the EUropean Dream of a future common and undivided Europa…now brutally disrupted.
Also NATO will be dismantled. The EU will get its own security organisation and structure (example my EDU vision). In addition to the UN, other regional security structures may arise between countries and power blocs in the world.
The loss of Oblast Crimea will have to be accepted as a consequence of the confusing nationalistic coup in Ukraine in 2014 and the wider anti-Russia and anti-EU policy of that time.
But this and the lifting of severe sanctions against Russia only when the other part of Eastern Ukraine occupied by Russia and by her supported rebels completely returns under Ukraine authority. The Oblasts Luhansk and Donetsk and part of Kharkiv (in west bordered by parts of the Seversky Donets and Oskil river) and parts of Zaporizhia and Kherson (bordered by the Dnipro River) will also become part of Russia. Clear borders that can be monitored and enforced are necessary for the time being after ending the war. So being rivers, railways or main roads. So some cities along the Oskil and Dnipro rivers can become divided as a result. These will become cities of peace and may merge again in the future after border corrections when the relations get better after further integration of both Ukraine and Russia within the EU. UN and EU observers and possibly also UN and EU peacekeeping forces will be stationed along the new borders for a period of time.
Not the best solution seeing the situation before 2014 and the old peace plan. But after the by the US, UK and sympathisers in NATO and EU deliberately provoked conflict with Russia over it’s strategic red line in Ukraine into an ugly and disastrous proxy war, handing these Ukraine territory back again to Ukraine will unfortunately for sure no longer be an acceptable option for Russia in any peace talks or proposals. Continuing this war to conquer and annex even more Ukraine territory as is probably its end-goal now, will then be preferred by now deeply embittered Russia.
So in order to prevent that end-state (in my opinion already accepted by the US and UK and close sympathisers before the provocation) and to end this ugly disastrous proxy war as soon as possible, sadly Ukraine will have to make territorial concessions. In my opinion any suggestion at this stage of this larger conflict of a full return of by Russia occupied and annexed Ukrainian territory to Ukraine is or malicious or totally naive.
Russia must give up it’s direct and also military support…and ending stationing of it’s troops there…to Transnistria. Which in a larger deal with Moldavia and Romania will then become part of Ukraine.
There will no longer be any attempt to identify and punish a primary perpetrator of this grim conflict. In view of the complexity of the conflict and the aim of turning this situation around as soon as possible towards a positive and peaceful development for the countries and their peoples involved towards European unity within a larger EU. In line with the European dream as learnt from the painfully acquired lessons after the devastating and horrific Second World War.
It should be clear that within this new European unity within a larger EU from Lisbon to Vladivostok, democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights are the core values. So that will have to become the norm in all new member states. So there is no toleration of existing authoritarian alternatives within this peace plan. The accession of Ukraine, Belarus and Russia to the EU does not require unanimity of existing member states. So a veto of 1 cannot prevent it.
(Peace and reconciliation are more important than justice at this time. Unfortunately, international law has been used so arbitrarily and selectively in recent decades to prosecute and try people that the focus on it now works against rather than helping end conflicts and get peace. Unfortunately for the victims who are also rightly demanding justice. First the system will have to become more structurally balanced.)
Russia pays compensation to Ukraine for the annexation of the named oblasts and the lose of Ukraine military and civilian assets because of that. This may be in the form of supply of gas, oil, raw materials and other products for a period of time. All connections like gas and oil pipelines with the rest of Europe and EU are restored. New joint renewable energy projects are being launched. All to re-establish inter-European relationships and reinforce mutual cooperation and interdependence.
Russia will also have to give openness and cooperation to the investigation of the MH17 disaster and it’s legal consequences (paying compensation) and the missile fired on Gori in Georgia in 2008 that killed and wounded several civilians including a Dutch cameraman.
Without these steps, ample and far-reaching harsh EU and international sanctions against Russia remain in place. There will be still no normalisation of the diplomatic and economic relationship between the EU ,
NATO and Russia and both NATO and the EU will continue the process towards NATO and EU membership of only Ukraine.