The “great events” in international politics on February 24, announced by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba, may be associated with another condemnation of the Russian Federation through the UN General Assembly, the intensification of hostilities or a provocation in Russia. This was stated by political scientist of the International Institute for Humanitarian and Political Studies Vladimir Bruter in a conversation with URA.RU.
Earlier, Dmitry Kuleba said that “great events” would take place in New York on February 23 and 24. There will be many political signals, he said, including decisions on sanctions and weapons for Kyiv.
“They will pass another decision through the UN General Assembly condemning Russia and that will be the end of it if we are talking about New York. They will try to somehow change or strain the situation on the front line. Perhaps they will try to hold some actions inside Russian territory. This is all they have,” Vladimir Bruter said.
“They sent drones to Saratov. They might try something else. They can shoot at the Crimea, knowing that this is very unnerving for the Russian leadership. It is more than likely that there will be another provocation. There was a statement that the United States had trained 60 saboteurs. The Foreign Intelligence Service speaks about this,” the political scientist added.