The Foreign Ministry said whether Zelensky should talk to Putin (video)

According to Minister Dmytro Kuleba, a possible dialogue between the presidents of Ukraine and Russia does not mean that Kyiv rejects the meetings in the “Norman format”.Kuleba supports Zelensky's dialogue with Putin / UNIAN photoKuleba supports Zelensky’s dialogue with Putin / UNIAN photo

Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was “definitely worth talking” to Russian President Volodymyr Putin.

According to an UNIAN correspondent, he stated this on the air of the program “Right to Power” on the TV channel “1 + 1”.

Asked whether President Zelensky should talk to Putin, Kuleba said: “Definitely worth it. Because despite all the cunning we hear from the Kremlin and from the Russian president in particular, it is obvious to everyone that this is an international an armed conflict in which there are two participants – Ukraine and Russia. “

The Minister stressed that it is necessary to talk to those who make decisions in Russia, and this is Vladimir Putin.

“It should be a conversation. I think it will be an extremely difficult conversation, but we need to go to it,” he added, referring to the format of the meeting.

At the same time, Kuleba stressed that such a meeting between the presidents of Ukraine and Russia does not mean that Ukraine rejects the meetings in the Normandy format.

“On the contrary, we have now intensified work on preparing a new summit in the Normandy format. But the president’s position is that we should use every opportunity, even the smallest, to stop the war, kill our soldiers and deoccupy our territories,” he said. .https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?height=314&href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fpravonavladu%2Fvideos%2F884455455511049%2F&show_text=false&width=560&t=0

Earlier, Vladimir Zelensky  invited Vladimir Putin to meet . The Kremlin has said it is not opposed to the West. The exact date and place of the meeting between Zelensky and Putin are still unknown.

At the same time, the Kremlin insists that Putin will not talk to Zelensky  about belonging to Crimea . For the Russian authorities, the topic of Crimea “does not exist,” said Putin’s speaker.

Ukrainian journalist Dmytro Gordon has already warned Zelensky against meeting with Putin  , saying it would be of no use.

(C)UNIAN 2021

3 comments

  • A wise president, after seeing what talks have accomplished in SEVEN years, would forgo engaging in any further talks with a moron who won’t adhere to any agreements anyway. But, when was Zelensky a wise president? Sure, he’s done the right thing here and there, but all-in-all, he is very mediocre at best. Such talks only make the rodent feel important, nothing more.

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    • How childish is it to steal something and then say “the topic does not exist”?
      So how do we make it exist? It seems that Ukraine does not yet have that leverage. This is where NATO, IMF, OSCE, the UN and maybe even the EU could help but they don’t. Talks and talks do nothing except keep the topic alive. I think Zelensky needs to work through these groups until Vladolf gets the message. At least until Ukraine gets another chance to arrest 150 Wagner goons.

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      • As you said, Red, no one will help Ukraine, at least not the way it needs. Ukraine can and must build on its own strength. One day, from somewhere, there will come a politician who is more than just a sackless, gutless dumbass coward and who will take on the midget gutter rat the way he deserves it.

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