According to journalists, Moscow left the conditions of Kyiv’s non-bloc status.
The Russian Federation no longer requires “denazification” and “demilitarizationUkraine during ceasefire negotiations.
This is stated by the Financial Times with reference to sources.
According to journalists, Moscow left the conditions of Kyiv’s non-bloc status and its renunciation of nuclear weapons in exchange for security guarantees and EU membership.
The article also says that tomorrow in Turkey, the Ukrainian and Russian sides will discuss a pause in hostilities. The subject of discussion, as the authors of the material suggest, will be documents where there are no other initial requirements of the Russian Federation – “demilitarization” and legal protection of the Russian language in Ukraine.
At the same time, the authors of the article cite the words of a high-ranking American official that Vladimir Putin is not ready to compromise.
Alexei Venediktov, a Russian opposition journalist and former editor-in-chief of Ekho Moskvy, also said that this information is not true:
“As far as I know, this is not so. And not at all,” he said.
Recall that earlier media made public six demands put forward by Russia to Ukraine.
Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba on the results of negotiations with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov informedthat Russia plans to continue its aggression until Ukraine meets its demands, one of which is to surrender.
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