A group of former senior officials asks Biden to secure a no – fly zone over humanitarian corridors in Ukraine

The American publication Politico reports that 27 former politicians and public figures called on US President Joe Biden to provide at least a partial no-fly zone over Ukraine.

The initiator of this appeal was the co-founder of the US-Ukraine Foundation Robert McConnell. The appeal was signed by former US Ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor, former US Ambassador to Russia and NATO Alexander Vershbow, former US Ambassador to NATO and Special Representative for Negotiations with Ukraine Kurt Folker, former US Ambassador to Ukraine John Herbst, former Supreme Allied Commander troops in Europe, retired General Philip Breedlove and others.

In their opinion, we can talk about no-fly zones, at least over humanitarian corridors, along which refugees follow. According to them, the Russian authorities can agree to such an option.

Florida Senator Marco Rubio (GOP) said the initiative is leading to World War III.

This initiative is unlikely to find support in the White House administration. But many Russian and Ukrainian media write about her.

By Editor

Leave a Reply