Ukraine is powerless to negotiate settlement on it’s behalf as Russian Missile Barrage Strike Numerous Ukraine Targets-

Washington has Final Say in resolving Ukraine issue: Putin’s spokesman

MOSCOW October 31.2022 (Saba) -Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov stated that Washington has the ball in its court with the resolution regarding the war in Ukraine.

Peskov regarded it “impossible” to negotiate with Kiev because anything agreed upon may be canceled with a raise of a finger from overseas – taking a jab at the West for controlling and provoking the war.

“It is obvious that Washington has the deciding vote. It is impossible to talk about something, for example, with Kiev. There is a legitimate Ukrainian president in Kiev, Mr. [Volodymyr] Zelenskyy. We may reach some agreements with him, but given the March experience, we see that these agreements are worthless, because they can be canceled at once after external instructions,” Peskov said.

As life gets worse for the ordinary folks..

Washington Post

Considering this is a Washington Post article, I’ve opted to stick to the factual statements as much as possible. Personally I disagree with the claim Crimea was annexed.

Thunderous explosions hit Kyiv and regions across Ukraine on Monday morning, leaving many without power or water as Russia launched a fresh barrage of airstrikes on critical infrastructure

Ukrainian officials said Russia launched dozens of cruise missiles, many of which were intercepted by air defenses, and they warned again that civilians should prepare for long-term power and water outages

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said the strikes had left 80 percent of the capital city without a water supply — disrupting the Monday morning routine for hundreds of thousands of residents — and that engineers were working to restore electricity at a damaged facility that supplies power to 350,000 Kyiv apartments.

As air raid sirens wailed across Ukraine, strikes and power outages were also reported in the Kharkiv region in the northeast, in the Cherkasy, Poltava and Dnipropetrovsk regions in central Ukraine, and in Zaporizhzhia in the southeast. Several hydroelectric dams appeared to be specific targets Monday.

Moldova’s Interior Ministry also confirmed that a missile fell in the northern border town of Naslavcea, about 95 miles southwest of the Ukrainian city of Vinnytsia, after being intercepted by Ukrainian air defenses — in a rare and dangerous example of the war spilling into a neighboring country.

Monday’s airstrikes, many apparently launched from fighter planes over the Caspian Sea or from the Rostov region in southern Russia

The bombings followed Ukrainian attacks over the weekend on Russian naval targets in occupied Crimea.

Ukraine’s air command claimed to have shot down 44 out of 50 missiles targeting different areas of Ukraine.

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