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Russia agrees with US on Ukraine peace, but sees no prospect of talks

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Kremlin spokesman declared that for talks to take place, Putin would need to fulfill the objectives of his ‘special military operation’

STR / UKRAINIAN PRESIDENTIAL PRESS SERVICE / AFP

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Russia and Ukraine have not negotiated a ceasefire since late March

Russia and United States agreed on the need for a lasting peace in Ukrainehowever, the Kremlin said on Tuesday, the 6th, that he does not see the prospect of negotiations at the moment. “That the result should be a just and lasting peace – one might agree with that. But as for the prospects for some kind of negotiations, we don’t see any at the moment,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters, adding that for talks to take place with potential partners, Russia would need to deliver on the goals of its “special military operation”. Ukraine and Russia have not met for talks since the end of March. In an interview on Monday, 5, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in an interview in which the conflict in Eastern Europe will end “almost certainly with diplomacy” and negotiations, and that “a just and lasting peace” is required. Last week, for the first time, US President Joe Biden said he was ready to talk to Vladimir Putin about the war. In response, the Russian leader said that he has always been open to negotiations, however, he will not do so under the terms that the Americans demand, one of them being the withdrawal of troops from the territories conquered during the nearly ten months of conflict. This statement comes at a time when Russia has been attacked for the second day in a row and blames Ukraine for the drone strikes. The Ukrainians, in turn, did not take responsibility, however, they celebrated the run. These bombings made the Russian president review the country’s internal security. This Tuesday, Putin convened his Security Council with the aim of defining the necessary measures to deal with the latest attacks, which according to the Russian Presidency, came from Ukraine.

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