Peace talks in Ukraine, currently no prospects = Russian presidential spokesman | Reuters

Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday that he agreed with the US view that Ukraine needs lasting peace, but that talks were not on the table at this time. Taken last December. (2022 REUTERS/Evgenia Novozhenina/File Photo)

(Reuters) – Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday he agreed with the United States that Ukraine needs a lasting peace but that talks were not yet on the table.

US Secretary of State Brinken said in an interview Wednesday that the war in Ukraine “will almost certainly end with diplomacy” and negotiations, calling for a “just and lasting peace.”

“I can agree with the idea that the result should be a just and lasting peace, but at the moment I don’t see any perspective for any sort of negotiation,” Peskov told reporters. He said Russia’s “special military operations” objectives must be met before negotiations with potential partners can begin.

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