Ukraine agreed to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s offer to hold talks. The parties are currently consulting on the place and time of the negotiation process. This was announced by Presidential Spokesman Serhiy Nikiforov on Facebook.
“I should refute the allegations that we have refused to negotiate. Ukraine has been and remains ready to talk about a ceasefire and peace. This is our constant position. During these hours, the parties consult on the place and time of the negotiation process. The sooner negotiations begin, the better the chances of resuming normal life,” Nikiforov wrote.
Earlier, the Russian Federation declared that they were ready to negotiate with the leadership of Ukraine, but Zelensky’s office denied this information. The Adviser to the Chair of the Office of the President of Ukraine said that Russia has made a “fatal decision and they will try to finish it until they are forced to the round table.”
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Ignore the comments on this site! Give Putin his shitty Crimea and save Ukraine!
Absolutely not. You can’t give Putin anything he has demanded as he will only come back for more.
He is coming back for more because he did not get Crimea legalized, as we can see now.
Till Putin killed himself.
He almost did already. 😂
I hope that Zelensky will not make any mistakes. He should not sell Ukraine cheaply. Which means: No concessions to a change in government. No recognizing the dwarf republics. No demilitarization. No Ruskie Crimea.
Zelensky has a force behind him called the people and their weapon is faith, courage and determination. Ukraine will prevail.
This would mean Ukraine is dead.
No, it will survive. Mafia land is dying, Mike.
Yes! I think anything less is capitulating too much!
Also, for the first time ever, NATO has activated their military coalition troops!
I heard about that. I wonder what the emergency is? Maybe Merkel’s ice cream melted or something?
Zelensky should offer to Putin to revert back to the Ukrainian eastern border before Yalta….:)))
That might be pushing it. Generally for most people, an area where they’ve lived for a while, and by extension, the patriotism of countrymen is rooted most firmly in the memories of those who were alive at the time of that situation. So if for whatever reason, some Ukrainians of Donbas or Luhansk, though patriotic, if they weren’t able to evacuate, then I’d expect part of their resistance against russian invasion is tied to their sentiments of the land and their communities. So, I think I’d expect the same from residents of the Yalta area who now think of themselves as russian. I also understand that Yalta was the long-held border area before World War 2, so that might be a more longer-lasting sentiment.
While I understand that, Ukraine can not afford to make any concessions to Putin on territory. Yalta is part of Crimea and should remain a part.
Good god! Yalta was a summit. It redefined borders after the war.
He must not give the tyrant an inch, unless it is up his arse.
Putin is willing to hold talks, but only with the proviso Ukraine give him everything he has demanded and that is not acceptable.