First of all, before you have a diplomatic solution, you need to have willing parties that are looking for a diplomatic solution. Right now, Vladimir Putin is not looking for a diplomatic solution in Ukraine. He has not reached out for one, and that's why we need to continue to, first, provide Ukraine with the ability to defend itself, and second, help it become a successful economy and a successful society, which I think Canada has been doing an amazing job of.
Although 25 years might seem a long time, you're reforming a post-Soviet country, and quite frankly, other than the Baltic states, there is no other post-Soviet country that has as strong a democracy as Ukraine.
Ukraine has weak democratic institutions, but they're building and they're working on them. That is a sign that, over 25 years, there has been a lot of progress made, so we need to continue to do that, and again, put enough pressure on Russia to actually entertain and be brought to the table in order to allow for a peacekeeping mission to Ukraine. That's what needs to happen for a diplomatic solution.