Sunday, March 3, 2024

To assist Ukraine stay free and unbiased, Western international locations should swap to a conflict financial system

Mr. President,

We want to thanks for making it potential, with the invaluable assist of the Netherlands and Denmark, for the primary F-16s to be deployed in Ukraine within the close to future. We hope that this heralds the formation of an air drive of 200 to 300 plane which is able to enable Ukraine to successfully defend its airspace.

With out indulging in pessimism or defeatism, it appears the enemy Ukraine faces at present has realized from its preliminary army errors, revitalised its military-industrial complicated and mastered new varieties of armament. Russia has additionally been capable of finding new sources of arms provides from a few of its allies. From this standpoint, Iran’s supply of glide bombs and the possible provide of medium-range missiles are significantly worrying.

We’re writing to you as president of the main nation within the Ramstein coalition to ask you to carry the restrictions on the usage of weapons provided by your nation, and to name on the coalition member international locations to do likewise, in order that the Ukrainian military can neutralise army buildings and gear, ammunition and gasoline depots, and army manufacturing amenities deep inside enemy territory.

Moreover, the failure of sure European and American firms to adjust to the embargo on the availability of army or dual-use applied sciences to Russia is in our view significantly critical. It requires a really agency response, which might encompass the creation inside NATO of a construction modelled on the Coordinating Committee for Multilateral Export Controls (CoCom) of the Chilly Battle. The committee could be accountable for making certain full compliance with the ban on the export of any delicate expertise to international locations representing an actual or potential menace to the free world. Along with Russia, these embrace the Individuals’s Republic of China, Iran, North Korea and Belarus.

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Mr. President, with no a lot stronger mobilisation than we’ve seen to date, neither Ukraine, nor all of the international locations within the coalition, will have the ability to win this conflict. And not using a shift to a conflict financial system on the a part of all Western international locations, and the rise in arms procurement that this means, Moscow’s technique of shopping for time and banking on the fatigue of governments and public opinion is more likely to repay. We can’t enable that to occur.

Highest regards.

This text was revealed on Le Monde, Le Soir, The Lithuania Tribune and Linkiesta


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Anton Hofreiter, Chairman of the Committee on European Union Affairs of the Bundestag, Germany

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Marc P. Berenson, affiliate professor, Faculty of Politics and Economics, King’s School London, UK

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John Bowis, former member of the European Parliament and of the Parliament of the UK

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Dominique Colas, professor emeritus of Political Science, Sciences Po, Paris, France

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Franziska Davies, fellow on the Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung (ZZF) Potsdam, Germany

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Sébastien Denis, professor on the College of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, France

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Olivier Dupuis, former member of the European Parliament, Belgium

Emmanuel Dupuy, president of the Institute for Potential and Safety in Europe (IPSE), France

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Andrea Graziosi, professor of Modern Historical past, College of Naples Federico II, Italy

Paul Grod, president, Ukrainian World Congress, USA

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Jean-Yves Guérin, professor of French literature on the Sorbonne nouvelle College, France

Raphaëlle Guidée, senior lecturer, IUF / College of Poitiers, France

Mark Harrison, emeritus professor of Economics, College of Warwick, UK

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Luba Jurgenson, author, translator, professor of Russian literature on the Université Paris-Sorbonne, France

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Ian Kelly, former U.S. ambassador to the OSCE and to Georgia

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Oksana Kozlova, lecturer in Russian, college of Letters, Translation and Communication, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Robert S. Kravchuk, emeritus professor, Indiana College, USA

Eerik-Niiles Kross, member of Parliament, former director of intelligence, Estonia

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Bertrand Lambolez, professor of Neuroscience, director of analysis INSERM, vice-President of the NPO “Pour l’Ukraine, pour leur Liberté et la Nôtre”, France

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Julian Lindley-French, analyst, senior fellow, Institute of Statecraft, chairman of The Alphen Group (TAG), Netherlands

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