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The US ambassador to the United Nations said that Linda Thomas Greenfield Putin “confessed he had no victory to celebrate.”

The US ambassador to the United Nations said that Linda Thomas Greenfield Putin "confessed he had no victory to celebrate."

But she cautioned that the Russian leader had given no indication that he was planning to end the war in Ukraine.

In the first reaction from a Biden administration official to Putin’s speech, Thomas Greenfield noted to CNN that Putin did not use his remarks to announce a withdrawal from Ukraine — which would have been welcomed by the United States — suggesting Putin’s war. I will continue.

“There was no reason for (Putin) to declare victory or declare war, which he has already been fighting for more than two months,” said Thomas Greenfield.

“His efforts in Ukraine were unsuccessful,” she added. “He couldn’t go to Ukraine, he brought them to their knees in a few days and made them surrender,” he added.

during Speech commemorating Russia’s defeat of Nazi Germany At the end of World War II, Putin repeated his baseless accusations that the West left him no choice but to invade Ukraine. Air shows planned for Victory Day across Russia have been canceled, raising questions about why.

The letter provided few details about how Russia plans to move forward in Ukraine. It came after days of speculation that the Russian leader would use the event to formally declare war on Ukraine, or order a mass mobilization of Russian forces to launch a war that has now stretched into its third month, with heavy casualties for Russia.

Although no quick military victory was achieved, Thomas Greenfield noted that “the conflict was certainly not over”.

“He did not announce the withdrawal. He did not announce a deal with the Ukrainians,” she told CNN. “So I think and appreciate all of us that this could be a long-term struggle that could go on for additional months.”

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Moreover, it would be very difficult to say that the United States “welcomes” Putin’s comments on Monday, Thomas Greenfield told CNN, because the “unreasonable war on the Ukrainian people” continues.

“So what we see as a positive sign is that Putin withdraws his forces from Ukraine and ends this unreasonable war,” she said.

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