Putin declared readiness for negotiations with Ukraine – answered Podoliak / НВ

Vladimir Putin (Photo: Sputnik/Sergei Fadichev/Pool via REUTERS)

Vladimir Putin (Photo: Sputnik/Sergei Fadichev/Pool via REUTERS)

Russian dictator Vladimir Putin has occupied territories in Crimea and the Donetsk and Luhansk regions since 2014, when the Russian Federation launched a war against Ukraine, while Moscow «Always seeks to resolve disputes through peaceful negotiation.”

In an interview with propaganda channel Russia-1 that aired on Sunday, December 25, he said, Accused Ukraine is what it is «He was in a different mood,” he repeated the delusion «Protection of Ukrainians. The Kremlin leader said Russia was ready to negotiate “with all participants in the process about some acceptable solution.”

Responding to another lie by the dictator, the adviser to the head of the presidential office, Mykhailo Podoliak, advised Putin to return to reality.

«1. Russia is attacking Ukraine alone and killing civilians. There are no other “countries, purposes, geopolitics”. 2. Russia does not want negotiations, but tries to avoid responsibility. It’s obvious, so we’re going to the tribunal,” he wrote on Twitter.

On December 17, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Negotiations with the Russian Federation are possible after the liberation of the occupied territories of Ukraine. According to him, there is no subject for conversation now, and Diplomatic negotiations with terrorist countries That would be possible if Putin returned to Ukraine’s internationally recognized borders in 1991.

On October 4, Zelensky approved The decision of the National Security Council on the impossibility of negotiations with the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin. OP said that Kyiv is going to negotiate, When will the president change in the Russian Federation?.

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