Ukraine has a clear vision of what to consider as its victory in the Russian-Ukrainian war, and it is shared by partners, including the United States. This was stated on Friday, November 4, by the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, Andriy Yermak, at a joint press conference with US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, answering a question from European Truth.
Yermak noted that Ukraine has already discussed with partners what it considers a victory. According to the head of the OP, Kyiv insists that this plan includes the complete de-occupation of all territories of Ukraine (that is, including the Donbass and Crimea), the payment of reparations by Russia and international guarantees that will not allow the Russian Federation to attack again.
The head of the OP emphasized that this vision is aligned with the United States, whose representative Jake Sullivan was present at the meeting.
Yermak added that the main partners of Ukraine - the United States, Britain, Germany, France - say that they will support us until victory.
As reported, US national security adviser Jacob Sullivan visited Ukraine on Friday.