Russian President Vladimir Putin said on state television on Sunday that he was ready to negotiate with all parties involved in the war in Ukraine with the aim of finding an “acceptable solution” to the conflict.
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This was reported by the American media CNN.
“I don’t think it’s very serious,” Putin told Tass. I believe we are moving in the right direction to protect our national interests and the interests of our citizens. We simply have no choice but to protect our people.”
“We are ready to negotiate with everyone involved in this process about acceptable solutions, but the decision is up to them,” he added. We are not the ones who refuse to negotiate, but they are.
At the same time, Russia continued to attack Ukraine by bombing Kramatorsk.
An advisor to the Ukrainian president, Mykhailo Podolyak, posted a message on the social network Twitter calling on Putin to “return to reality”.
Russia attacked Ukraine alone and killed the citizens. He wrote that there are no other “geopolitical motives” for this country.
Russia does not want negotiations, but it is trying to avoid responsibility.
Recall that on December 21, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky made a historic visit to the White House.
US President Joe Biden promised his counterpart to “continue to strengthen Ukraine’s ability to defend itself” from Russia’s attacks, which have lasted for more than ten months.