Ukrainian settlement: the deeds don't agree with their words
"The United States stands ready to work with Ukraine?s new parliament to fight corruption, promote reforms, and pursue a peaceful resolution to the conflict in the east of the country," said Jen Psaki, the spokesperson of the U.S. State Department October, 23 at daily press briefing.
The traditional Psaki's speech was aimed at providing support to the Ukrainian government on the eve of the local parliament's elections October, 26. The political process is passing by with the new phase of war in Ukraine is about to be unleashed. Today there are reports of Ukrainian army artillery shelling in the suburbs of Donetsk airport. The national armed forces have been carrying out strikes against Donetsk and other towns since coming to the ceasefire agreement in September.
The military political experts consider Kiev plans to occupy the key rebels' towns for gaining political positions at next rounds of talks. So, if the United States "stands ready to pursue a peaceful resolution to the conflict in the east of the country," as pointed out Jen Psaki it's high time for Washington to end the military games of Ukrainian government that have already led to a real humanitarian catastrophe in the region.