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Danilov on security guarantees for Russia: There’s no death penalty at The Hague

Sunday, 4 December 2022, 11:42
Danilov on security guarantees for Russia: There’s no death penalty at The Hague

Oleksii Danilov, Secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defence Council, has stated that Russia’s guarantee of security is that the European judicial system is humane – there is no death penalty at The Hague.

Source: Oleksii Danilov on Facebook

Quote from Danilov: "They want security guarantees to be provided for a murdering terrorist state? Instead of Nuremberg, [they want us to] sign an agreement with the Russian Federation and shake hands? The Ukrainian blood on Putin's hands won't disrupt ‘business as usual’? This is the strange logic of undercover diplomacy, whose time is past.


The only guarantee is the humanity of the European judicial system: there is no death penalty after a verdict at The Hague."

Details: Danilov noted that right now the world’s security from Russia needs to be guaranteed, not the other way around.

"The experience of Budapest will be of use to you. When you're unarmed, you don't pose a threat. Unfortunately, we know this. So-called Russia being denuclearised and demilitarised is the best guarantee of peace for Europe and the world," concluded Danilov.



  • French President Emmanuel Macron had previously said that the West should consider how to meet Russia's need for security guarantees if President Vladimir Putin agrees to negotiate an end to the war in Ukraine.
  • Davyd Arakhamiia, head of the Servant of the People (Sluha Narodu) parliamentary faction and former leader of the negotiation group with the Russian Federation, said that Ukraine is ready to provide Russia with security guarantees. All the aggressor country has to do is to leave the territory of Ukraine, pay reparations, punish all war criminals, and voluntarily hand over its nuclear weapons.

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