Russia Ready To Negotiate Over Ukraine: Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said Russia is ready to hold talks with all parties involved in the war in Ukraine. 

However, he added that Kyiv and its Western backers have refused to participate in the talks. 

Russia’s February 24 invasion of Ukraine triggered the deadliest conflict in Europe since World War II and the biggest confrontation between Moscow and the West since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.

However, now there are indications from Putin’s statements that this war may end soon. 

However, if the last few claims of the Ukrainian President are to be believed, then the end of this war seems difficult at the moment. 

The Kremlin says it will fight until it achieves all its goals, while Kyiv says it will not rest until Russia pulls Russian troops out of all its territory, including Crimea. Does not remove, which was seized by Russia in 2014.

“We are ready to discuss an acceptable solution with all those involved, but it is up to them,” Putin said in an interview broadcast on Rossiya-1 state television on Sunday. 

We do not rule out discussion, but they do. Putin said Russia is acting “in the right direction” in Ukraine, as the West, led by the United States, sought to isolate Russia.

Putin said, ‘I believe that we are working in the right direction, we are protecting our national interests, our citizens, our people. And we have no option but to protect our citizens.

Earlier on Thursday, President Putin said Russia wanted an end to the war in Ukraine and that it would necessarily involve a diplomatic solution. 

On Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said, ‘Our goal is not to turn the wheel of military conflict, but on the contrary to end this war.’ He said, ‘We will try to end it, and the sooner it ends, the better it will definitely be’.

Earlier this month, CIA Director William Burns said that most conflicts end in talks, but the CIA assesses that Russia has not been serious about actual talks to end the war. 

Mykhailo Podoliak, an adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, said on Twitter, “Russia alone attacked Ukraine and is killing civilians. Russia does not want talks, but tries to avoid responsibility”.

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