"Ukraine cannot and does not want to negotiate." Peskov
Dmitry Peskov, press secretary of the Russian President, said, "Ukraine de facto and de jure cannot and does not want to negotiate. The special operation will continue."
"The main thing is that both the de facto and de jure position of the Ukrainian side, which President Zelensky has repeatedly stated, proves that Ukraine cannot and does not want to negotiate. Russia's goals will continue to be realized in the continuation of the special military operation," Peskov told reporters.
The Pope is ready to become a mediator between Russia and Ukraine8 November, 18:31
According to the newspaper, it is proposed to make the Vatican a neutral place for their negotiations.
"Moscow will wait for a change in Kyiv's position regarding negotiations." Spokesman of the President of the Russian Federation4 October, 14:58
Ukraine's participation is necessary for the negotiation process and agreements.
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