Musk makes four proposals for ending Russia-Ukraine war

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According to Reuters and the British “Guardian”, Tesla CEO Elon Musk expressed his views on Twitter on the 3rd local time and made four suggestions on ending the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Musk tweeted: “Ukrainian-Russian Peace” and listed 4 proposals, namely 1. Re-run referendum on “occupied areas” under UN supervision, if it is the will of the people, Russia to leave . 2. Crimea is officially part of Russia, as it has been since 1783. 3. Guarantee water supply to Crimea. 4. Ukraine remains neutral. Below the tweet, Musk also set up a poll for netizens to express their support for his proposal.

As of the screenshot on the morning of the 4th, Beijing time, it showed that more than 1.9 million people participated in the vote, with an approval rate of 37.9% and an opposition rate of 62.1%.

Musk then went on to tweet that this (the above suggestion) is most likely the end result – the question is how many people will die before that. “It’s also worth noting that the likely (though unlikely) outcome of this conflict is a nuclear war.”

Musk tweeted again shortly after and pinned the tweet, saying, “Russia is mobilizing partially. If Crimea is in danger, they will mobilize for full war. Death on both sides will be devastating.” Musk He continued, “Russia has three times the population of Ukraine, so Ukraine cannot win a total war. If you care about the Ukrainian people, seek peace.”

Musk’s proposal sparked a backlash from Ukrainian officials, including Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, the report said. Melnik, the former Ukrainian ambassador to Germany, wrote in response to Musk’s tweet: “Fuck off is my very diplomatic reply to you.” Zelensky tweeted at Musk and asked “Do you prefer Which Musk?” The two options below are pro-Ukraine and pro-Russia.

As of 10:00 a.m. Beijing time on the 4th, the results of the poll showed that 82.1% chose to like “pro-Ukraine” and 17.9% chose to like “pro-Russia”.

Musk commented under Zelensky’s tweet, “I am still very pro-Ukraine, but I believe that a massive escalation of the war will cause huge damage to Ukraine and the world.”

According to the Chinese website of the Russian Satellite News Agency, Mikhail Sheremet, a member of the Russian State Duma, said that Musk’s proposal to mediate the conflict between Russia and Ukraine is a sober dose for Western society.

According to “Russia Today” (RT), Medvedev, vice chairman of the Russian Federation Security Council, also responded to Musk’s tweet. RT said that Medvedev said on the evening of the 3rd, “Salute to Elon Musk! However, the mysterious agent has lost cover. His next tweet will say that Ukraine is an artificial country.” RT said, Medvedev The words were not to make fun of Musk, but to criticize the Ukrainian government and its supporters for their hysterical response to the American billionaire’s sincere peace offer.

Some netizens asked Musk to continue to stick to what he is good at: “Elon, you obviously don’t understand the subject you are commenting on. (You still) focus on technology, investment and finance.”

The “Starlink” satellite communication service provided to Ukraine by Musk’s private aerospace company SpaceX (SpaceX) in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict has caused Russia to be extremely annoyed. The US “Extreme Technology” website said that Russian representative Konstantin Vorontsov warned at the United Nations that “quasi-civilian facilities” “indirectly involved in military conflicts” are “reasonable targets”, suggesting that the Russian military may use “Starlink” “Satellites are targeted. Musk has threatened that the company is launching new satellites “faster than Russia (or anyone else) can shoot them down.” But after the Russian representative’s statement came out, Musk said on social media that “‘Starlink’ should only be used for peaceful purposes.”

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