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Zelensky signs decree declaring negotiations with Putin ‘impossible’

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Ukraine’s president was open to peace talks, but does not see the possibility of dialogue with the current Russian president

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War between Russia and Ukraine has lasted seven months

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky signed a decree on Tuesday, the 4th, formally announcing the “impossible” prospect of peace talks between the Ukraine and current Russian President Vladimir Putin. The politician was open about ceasefire talks with the Russia, but stated that this will not be done with the current Russian leadership. The announcement came shortly after Putin declared four occupied Ukrainian regions an integral part of Russia. According to him, the majority of the population would have chosen to be annexed to Russian territory in a referendum. However, the annexation was rejected by the Kyiv and West regions, which claimed that the alleged choice had been given “at gunpoint”. Ukrainian forces are now trying to drive the Russian army out of these annexed areas. Since the beginning of September, Ukraine has made good gains in the seven-month war.

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Source: Jovempan

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