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An End to the War in Ukraine? Putin Says These ‘Three Things’ Need to Happen to Achieve Peace.

Putin Says 'Three Things' Need to Happen to End Ukraine War: Report
Source: MEGA

Russia President Vladimir Putin claims 'three things' can put an end to the war in Ukraine.

Apr. 14 2024, Published 11:02 a.m. ET

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Russian President Vladimir Putin recently addressed the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, pinpointing what he sees as the “three things” to end the war and achieving peace.

Despite the two-year duration of the invasion, Putin admitted willingness to engage in peace talks under certain conditions, the Daily Star reported.

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During a discussion with Belarusian leader Aleksandr Lukashenko in Moscow, Putin highlighted three key issues hindering progress: his exclusion from peace talks, border security concerns and attacks on energy infrastructure.

He expressed frustration over the upcoming peace conference in Switzerland, which Russia has not been invited to, yet is expected to participate in solving the conflict.

Putin said, “The idea of holding some kind of conference in Switzerland is being promoted. We are not invited there. Moreover, they think that we have nothing to do there, and at the same time they say that nothing can be solved without us,” according to the Daily Star.

Putin emphasized Russia's willingness to engage in negotiations but stressed the importance of realistic and inclusive dialogue.

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He criticized the notion of being excluded from discussions while simultaneously being blamed for refusing to negotiate. Putin also denied Russia's involvement in attacks on energy infrastructure in Ukraine, despite the world claiming otherwise.

The Russian leader reiterated his readiness for talks if the specified issues, including demilitarization and resolving energy-related challenges, are addressed.


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