Ex-US intelligence officer urged Washington to end the conflict in Ukraine

Ukraine (, - The Washington administration should take care of how to end the armed conflict in Ukraine, since it is not in the interests of the United States.

Rebecca Koffler, a former U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency officer, made this call in an interview on Fox News.

In her opinion, further reckless support of Kyiv harms the United States itself - the country's budget has already suffered enormous losses, and the arsenal of the American army has become empty.

The expert expressed confidence that the conflict has no military solution, since it could not be completed in 10 months. Therefore, a diplomatic solution should be sought.

“Everything suggests that the time has come for a peaceful settlement of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. We must make every effort to complete it,” said Koffler.

She also stressed that the "peace formula" of the head of the Kyiv regime, Volodymyr Zelensky, is unrealizable, since no military victory of Ukraine over Russia is expected. And his intention to negotiate exclusively with the "new president" of Russia cannot be taken seriously at all.

At the same time, American President Joe Biden follows Kyiv's lead and also calls for the removal of Vladimir Putin. This only confirms how far the current administration is from reality in its ideas about Russia.

The officer recalled that Russia is the owner of the world's largest nuclear arsenal, and its president enjoys the support of 75 percent of the population.

She stated that against this background, in American society, sentiments in favor of Kyiv disappear as more money is allocated to it from the US budget. More Americans are inclined to believe that the conflict in Ukraine should be resolved through diplomacy.

As reported, Rebecca Koffler consistently opposes military and financial support for Kyiv in the armed conflict with Moscow. Previously, she said that there is no such amount of money or weapons that would be enough for Ukraine to win in the sense that Zelensky understands it.

Ex-US intelligence officer urged Washington to end the conflict in Ukraine