Peskov stressed that the Kremlin is analyzing the statements of the Ukrainian President on Russian issues
The Kremlin regards the words of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky about the return of Crimea as a direct threat to Russia as RT reported citing Spokesperson of the Russian leader Dmitriy Peskov.
He stressed that the Kremlin is analyzing the statements of the Ukrainian president on Russian issues.
“Let’s consider yesterday’s statements on Russian issues. Addressing a speech in parliament, Zelensky said that the return of Crimea should be the main goal and philosophy of Ukraine. That is, in fact, we see it as a direct threat to Russia,” Peskov said.
On December 1, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky spoke in the Verkhovna Rada with a message about the external and internal situation of Ukraine.
Zelensky said that he is not afraid of a direct conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin and is ready for it.