KAN, Oct 27 (Adnkronos/Labitalia) – “The conflict in Ukraine is set to last for a very long time because the contenders do not have the ability to achieve a quick victory in the field: Russia due to sanctions, economic difficulties, the shortcomings of its own military apparatus and Ukraine because despite Of important and deep Western support, however, it constitutes a huge gap in terms of starting positions in relation to the enemy.”
This was stated by Marco Di Lido, Chief Analyst for the Geopolitics Region and Analyst in charge of the Africa and Russia and Balkan Offices at Cesi International Studies Center, speaking, on video, about the second unit of the 66th National Congress. Engineers orders from Italy from the title “Frontiers – Languages, projects and ideas for a sustainable future” underway in Cannes on board the MSC Cruises ship.
“From the point of view of negotiations – he explained – despite the efforts involving European countries, the United States and the Holy See, Kyiv and Moscow are still very far away because Kyiv on the one hand wants full sovereignty over its territory, while Moscow on the other, having annexed 5 provinces, She can’t go back from that point.
That is why we will have to live with conflict for the next few months.”
The expert also said that “China is an interested spectator for several reasons.” “The outcome of the conflict will decide the future of the world order. So whether it will confirm the dominant position of the West or will it signal the beginning of multilateralism led by Russia and China. On the other hand, no matter how much Beijing supports Moscow, it cannot isolate the rich European and American markets and above all the relationship Technologically.
He concluded that China aims to become a reference point on a technological level, has the resources, but still lacks the determination to do so in terms of what it depends on the West.”