Peskov accused Ukraine of changing its position several times on whether it wanted to negotiate with Moscow and rejected “public negotiations” proposed by Zelensky
Moscow rejected Volodymyr Zelensky’s proposal for “public negotiations” accusing Ukraine of shifting goals while at the same time making an “opening” to the US in order to encourages Kyiv to return to the negotiating table.
According to what was reported by the press representative of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov, Moscow is open to negotiations and added that the United States is able to take into account Russia’s concerns and they could encourage Kyiv to return to the negotiating tableif they want it.
Peskov also accused Ukraine of changing its position several times on whether it wanted to negotiate with Moscow during the nine-month conflict. “First they negotiate, then they refuse to negotiate, then they pass a law that prohibits any kind of negotiations, then they say they want negotiations, but public ones,” Peskov told reporters and continued:
“Therefore, it is difficult to imagine public negotiations… One thing is certain: Ukrainians do not want any negotiations.”
Peskov also said Moscow would continue what he called a “special military operation” and that missile attacks on targets across Ukraine were a consequence of Kyiv’s unwillingness to meet at the negotiating table.
Regarding nuclear weapons, Peskov emphasized that in Russia, no one is talking about this issue, while such rhetoric is heard in Europe, thus escalating the tension in a potentially dangerous area.
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