Vladimir Putin offered a ceasefire in Ukraine and set two conditions

Vladimir Putin offered a ceasefire in Ukraine and set two conditions
Vladimir Putin offered a ceasefire in Ukraine and set two conditions

The president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, offered a ceasefire in Ukraine and set as mandatory conditions that the Government of Vladimir Zelensky leave the Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions and, in turn, cannot enter the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

“I believe that Russia is proposing a variant that will truly put an end to the war in Ukraine. That is, we call for turning a tragic page in history,” the Russian president said in statements to the press.

In this way, Putin ruled out a truce or a freeze in the conflict and made his new proposal days before the Peace Summit in Switzerland, organized by Ukraine, an event to which the Russian government was not invited and which will include the presence of world leaders.

Putin and his proposal to end the fire in Ukraine

The Russian president urged Zelensky to accept measures to end the war in Ukraine: “As soon as kyiv announces that it is ready to take this decision and initiate a real withdrawal of troops from those regions and also officially communicate its renunciation of plans to join NATO, the order to cease fire and begin negotiations will be immediately issued by us, literally in that very minute. I insist, we will do it immediately.”

Along these lines he pointed out that “the Ukrainian troops They must completely withdraw from the entire territory from the People’s Republics of Donetsk and Lugansk, and from the Kherson and Zaporoyia regions. Then negotiations will be possible.”


Russian President urged Zelensky to accept measures to end the war in Ukraine

In defense of the Russian inhabitants who are on the four lands annexed in 2022, Putin demanded: “Without a doubt, they must be the rights, freedoms and interests of Russian-speaking citizens of Ukraine are fully guaranteed; the new territorial reality must be recognized; the status of Crimea and Sevastopol, and the republics of Donetsk and Lugansk, and the regions of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia as entities belonging to the Russian Federation.”

Russia threatens the European Union over the loan to Ukraine

RussiaFurthermore, he threatened the European Union (EU) with “extremely painful” measures after the agreement reached by the G7 for the granting of a “large” loan to Ukraine that will be financed with the interests generated by the assets of the Russian Central Bank that are frozen in European territory.

The Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs of the Russian government, María Zajárova, He assured that “there are enough European properties and assets in Russia, and the inevitable Russian retaliation will be extremely painful for Brussels.” Furthermore, he maintained that “allocating practically stolen funds from Russia for the military adventure of the kyiv regime and its sponsors It’s criminal and cynical.”

In this sense, the Kremlin warned the group of most industrialized countries, which make up the G7, that if the sending of said economic aid is carried out “it will not bring anything good to the West.”

Source: Ambito

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