U.S. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said the U.S. will not allow President Zelensky to accept any peace plans proposed by the Chinese delegation in Moscow because Ukraine is a free, independent and fully sovereign country.
On that day Twitter On March 20, 2023, American journalist Garland Nixon put an ironic sentence in the mouth of John Kirby, the spokesman for the US National Security Council. John Kirby said: Since Ukraine is a free, independent and fully sovereign country, President Zelenskyy will not accept any peace proposals proposed by the Chinese delegation in Moscow.
Garland’s tweet was Social Networks taken and distributed. Some users consider his apparently contradictory statement to be true. In telegraph A pro-Russian channel shares the quote Croatian Facebook account It is presented as a “message”.
But that’s not how Kirby meant the quote. Garland is a Interview By a conservative American broadcaster FoxNews March 19, 2023. In it, John Kirby says the US considers a call for a ceasefire between Ukraine and Russia unacceptable because it would allow Putin to redeploy his forces and strike again. Garland’s controversial comment was not found in the interview.
Nixon continues to circulate quotes
Nixon spreads creative and satirical quotes. Earlier this year, he wrote that White House insiders said Biden had said of the protests in Germany, “You think you’re crazy now, wait until we’re done stealing your business.” God I hate those sausage-eating bastards.” Reality check This quote is reported to be fictitious.
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- American Broadcaster Interview FoxNews With John Kirby on March 19, 2023: connection (Archived)
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