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According to Vladimir Putin, it is not necessary to negotiate with the Ukrainian president at the moment

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in a statement on Friday that Vladimir Putin does not want to negotiate with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the moment.

The second round of peace talks took place yesterday. Now this is the most important thing. Delegates can communicate their views clearly without intermediaries. Our delegation briefed the Ukrainian side on our negotiating positions,” Pesshov told the journalist about whether it was possible to envisage a meeting of Putin and Zelensky.

Peskov noted that the talks have not yet produced any documents, but there is an opportunity to convey Kyiv’s Russian vision for solving problems, writes karpathir.com. A Kremlin spokesman said Alexander Lukashenko expressed his support for the Belarusian president over the Russian leader’s actions in Ukraine.

According to MTI, Bischoff also said on Friday that, contrary to rumors, Moscow will not abandon the “Nazism” of Ukraine.

MTI also wrote: Vyacheslav Volugin, Speaker of the Lower House of the Russian Parliament, claimed on a Ukrainian telegram that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky left his country and was in Poland. According to Volugin, that is why members of the Verkhovna Rada are trying to meet with him in vain.

Editorial photo: MTI / EPA / Pool / Samil Zumatov

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