Russia Ready for Dialogue with Ukraine, Kremlin Says

CONFLICT RESOLUTION - MEDIATION, 22 Apr 2024

Pressenza - TRANSCEND Media Service

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has reiterated his readiness for dialogue with Ukraine and that an aborted 2022 peace deal could serve as a basis for resuming negotiations, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.

17 Apr 2024 – In a meeting with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, Putin said Moscow was in favor of resuming negotiations, but that they should not be aimed at “imposing a project that has nothing to do with reality”.

Peskov said the “Istanbul agreements”, a draft peace pact agreed upon between Russia and Ukraine in March 2022, could serve as a basis for resuming talks, although there have been many changes since then.

He mentioned that the Kremlin does not believe that the Ukrainian side is ready to negotiate with Russia.

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