Minsk Accords

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Angela Merkel's revelation about Minsk Agreements.[1]

The Minsk Accords were negotiated between the two Donbas Republics and the Kyiv regime in 22014 and 2015 in the Belarusian capital of Minsk Also known as the Minsk Agreements. The Agreements were negotiated with the help of France and Germany. Moscow backed the Minsk Agreements which Kyiv also agreed to, and the United Nations Security Council endorsed the agreements as well. The Minsk Agreements would give autonomy to the two provinces while remaining part of Ukraine. However the Ukraine regime did nothing to further implement the agreements after 2015, and only a ceasefire for the use of heavy weapons (tanks and artillery) remained in place.

The Minsk Agreements established a 12-point roadmap to ensure an immediate bilateral ceasefire; carry out decentralization of power, allowing temporary local self-government in areas of Donetsk and Luhansk in eastern Ukraine under a "special status" law; immediately free all hostages and illegally detained persons; ensure monitoring on the Ukrainian-Russian border and a security zone; remove illegal armed groups, military hardware, and all fighters and mercenaries from Ukrainian territory; pass a law against the prosecution and punishment of people over certain events in Donetsk and Luhansk region; ensure the holding of snap local elections in Donetsk and Lugansk.[2] Both the Poroshenko and Zelensky regimes refused to implement the Accords for fear how free elections on self determination may turn out.

Just as Nazi Germany had no intention of abiding by the 1939 Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact and used the treaty to buy time to militarize for war against Russia, so were the Minsk Accords, guaranteed by Germany and France, entered into in bad faith to buy time to militarize Ukraine for war against Russia. The Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal found that entering into peace agreements under false and duplicitous circumstances, with no intention to abide by the obligations of the treaty. was a crime against peace, punishable by death for all conspirators involved.

Minsk I

The agreement was drawn-up by the Trilateral Contact Group on Ukraine, which consisted of representatives from Ukraine, Russia, and the OSCE.[3] with mediation by the leaders of France and Germany.[4] The agreement aimed to implement an immediate ceasefire.

The Joint Centre for Control and Coordination (JCCC) was established on September 26, 2014.[5] to help implement the Minsk ceasefire agreements and ensure the safety of OSCE monitors in the Donbas war.[6] It consisted of Ukrainian and Russian military officers.

Minsk II

Artist's rendition after the victory at the Battle of Debaltsevo.

With the defeat of the Kyiv regime forces and NATO mercenaries at the hands of the Donbas volunteer militias at the Battle of Debaltsevo,[7] a new package of measures called Minsk II was signed on February 12, 2015.[8]

In April 2015, Ukrainian and Russian representatives began to keep separate logs of ceasefire violations.[9] The Russian members left Ukraine in December 2017.

A meeting between representatives of the four countries, France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine was held in Paris on January 26, 2022 in the context of the Russia Ukraine conflict 2022.[10][11] The representatives of the four governments confirmed their support for Minsk II and committed themselves to resolving existing disagreements. They supported an unconditional ceasefire.[12] However, the Biden regime, which was not a party to the talks, continued to prod Ukraine to war with Russia with promises of economic aid,[13] arms, and by instigating conflict in the Donbas through extensive use of propaganda, psyops, and fake news in Western allied media.[14]

Western duplicity

A meeting between representatives of the four countries, France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine was held in Paris on January 26, 2022 in the context of the Russia Ukraine conflict 2022.[15][16] The representatives of the four governments confirmed their support for Minsk II and committed themselves to resolving existing disagreements. They supported an unconditional ceasefire.[17]

In June 2022 former Kyiv regime strongman Petro Poroshenko, in an interview with Radio Liberty, admitted that he had signed the Minsk agreements, but had no intention to fulfill them. He noted that he wanted to buy time in order to get more weapons from the West.[18]

In an interview with Zeit magazine in December 2022, former German Chancellor Angela Merkel confirmed the Western alliance's duplicity in using the Minsk Accords to buy time for the NATOization of Ukraine to use as a battering ram for destruction of the Russian Federation.

Merkel described the September 2014 Minsk agreement which France and Germany had brokered a ceasefire after the failure of Ukraine’s attempt to subdue the republics of Donetsk and Lugansk by force. “[Ukraine] used this time to get stronger, as you can see today. The Ukraine of 2014/15 is not the Ukraine of today. As you saw in the battle for Debaltsevo in early 2015, [Russian President Vladimir] Putin could easily have overrun them at the time. And I very much doubt that the NATO countries could have done as much then as they do now to help Ukraine.” The Kyiv regime's defeat at Debaltsevo resulted in the Minsk II protocol signed in February 2015. Merkel said that it was “clear to all of us that the conflict was frozen, that the problem had not been solved, but that gave Ukraine valuable time.”[19]

Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova responding to Merkel's comments stated, "The things that Merkel said in her interview - this is a testimony of a person, who stated it directly that everything that was done in 2014 and 2015 had only one goal: to divert the global community’s attention from the real problems, to buy some time, to pump the Kiev regime with weapons and to lead the situation to a large-scale conflict”.[20]

Former French president Francois Hollande, an accomplice in the duplicity, corroborated Merkel's account. Under UN Security Council Resolution 2202 endorsing the Minsk Accords, Vladimir Putin has the right to intervene in Ukraine as a guarantor under his "responsibility to protect".[21]


  1. https://youtu.be/0-57KOwG9co
  2. https://archive.fo/owxxq
  3. Press statement by the Trilateral Contact Group, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, 2 September 2014
  4. https://www.csis.org/analysis/impact-normandy-format-conflict-ukraine-four-leaders-three-cease-fires-and-two-summits
  5. https://www.rosbalt.ru/ukraina/2014/09/26/1320267.html
  6. https://web.archive.org/web/20150201022251/http://www.novayagazeta.ru/politics/67071.html
  7. Ukraine rebels vow to take back cities, 23 October 2014
  8. "Ukraine crisis: Leaders agree peace roadmap", BBC News, 12 February 2015. 
  9. Спільні журнали порушень припинення вогню у Спільному центрі контролю більше не ведуться, - ОБСЄ, час публікації: 24 квітня 2015
  10. https://web.archive.org/web/20220124122214/https://www.reuters.com/world/political-advisers-hold-four-way-talks-ukraine-paris-2022-01-22/
  11. https://web.archive.org/web/20220125205354/https://www.dw.com/en/scholz-macron-say-diplomacy-can-fix-ukraine-russia-standoff/a-60549166
  12. https://web.archive.org/web/20220127023902/https://www.elysee.fr/en/emmanuel-macron/2022/01/26/declaration-of-the-advisors-to-the-n4-heads-of-states-and-governments
  13. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/foreign/us-offers-ukraine-1-billion-to-stabilize-economy-intends-to-make-billions-more-available
  14. https://therightscoop.com/ap-reporter-goes-rounds-with-state-dept-spox-in-absolutely-ridiculous-exchange/
  15. https://web.archive.org/web/20220124122214/https://www.reuters.com/world/political-advisers-hold-four-way-talks-ukraine-paris-2022-01-22/
  16. https://web.archive.org/web/20220125205354/https://www.dw.com/en/scholz-macron-say-diplomacy-can-fix-ukraine-russia-standoff/a-60549166
  17. https://web.archive.org/web/20220127023902/https://www.elysee.fr/en/emmanuel-macron/2022/01/26/declaration-of-the-advisors-to-the-n4-heads-of-states-and-governments
  18. https://tfiglobalnews.com/2022/06/20/ukraines-new-masterstroke-against-russia-is-actually-ukraines-biggest-pro-russia-move/
  19. https://english.almayadeen.net/news/politics/merkel:-minsk-agreement-attempted-to-give-ukraine-time
  20. https://tass.com/politics/1547779
  21. https://www.voltairenet.org/article218584.html