Russia-Ukraine War: Ready to talk to Putin without any conditions or ultimatums: Zelensky

Ukraine Of President Vladimir Zelensky has said that he Russian Ready for talks with President Vladimir Putin. He said there should be an explanation, but there should be no ultimatum as a condition. zelensky told Italian RAI television in an interview aired Thursday night that Ukraine would never recognize Crimea as part of Russia, which […]
 


Russia-Ukraine War: Ready to talk to Putin without any conditions or ultimatums: Zelensky

Ukraine Of President Vladimir Zelensky has said that he Russian Ready for talks with President Vladimir Putin. He said there should be an explanation, but there should be no ultimatum as a condition. zelensky told Italian RAI television in an interview aired Thursday night that Ukraine would never recognize Crimea as part of Russia, which was occupied by Moscow in 2014.

According to quotes published before the broadcast, the President of Ukraine said that Crimea has a parliament. It has always been autonomous, but within Ukraine. He said he was ready to talk to Russian President Vladimir Putin and that an agreement should be made but there should be no ultimatum as a condition.

Ukraine moves east, stops Russian forces at Mariupol – Zelensky

Earlier on Wednesday, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said the country’s forces had moved slightly east and had driven Russian forces out of four villages near Kharkiv. Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said Ukraine could force Russia to leave the territories it occupied. Foreign Minister Kuleba’s call not only boosted the confidence of the Ukrainian military but also expanded the target’s area. Kuleba told the Financial Times that after the February 24 attacks Ukraine thought it would be victorious only when Russian troops withdrew from their positions, but that is not the case now.

“If we are strong enough on the military front and win the war for the Donbass, it will be crucial to the strategy of the war and certainly our victory in this war will be the independence of the rest of our territories,” Kuleba said. The Russian army has gained an edge in the Donbass and has gained more control over it than ever before. An example of Ukraine’s ability to prevent a simple Russian victory is Mariupol, where Ukrainian fighters hiding in a steel plant prevented Russia from taking full control of the city. The regiment guarding the plant said Russian warplanes continued to bombard them 34 times in 24 hours.