Putin announced a dead end in negotiations with Ukraine

Putin blames Ukraine for unsuccessful talks

The Ukrainian authorities have departed from the agreements reached at the talks in Istanbul, Putin says.

Negotiations to end the war between Russia and Ukraine have stalled, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday, April 12.

“Kyiv has moved away from the agreements reached at the talks between the parties in Istanbul and has returned to a deadlock,” he said.

Putin added that yesterday he was informed about supposedly new changes in Kyiv’s negotiating positions.

According to the President of the Russian Federation, Belarus “is quite suitable” for negotiations.

“Taking this opportunity, I would like to express my gratitude to the Belarusian colleagues for the good organization of several negotiating rounds on their territory,” he said following the talks with the formal leader of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko.

According to him, “it became possible to start a direct dialogue with the Ukrainian side largely thanks to the personal efforts of the President of Belarus.”

“We believe that the Belarusian site is quite suitable for further contacts,” Putin added.

Also, the President of the Russian Federation called “what is happening in Ukraine is a tragedyth, but Russia had no choice.”

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