Moscow begins to ‘beg’ for negotiations through mediators

Oleksii Danilov, secretary-general of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC), said Russia had begun “begging” negotiations through intermediaries, but Ukraine was setting four simple terms.

sauce: In an interview with Danilov Radio NV

Quote: “Putin has given orders to completely encircle the provinces of Luhansk and Donetsk. This is why they are begging today, and they have involved a whole pool of intermediaries.

Now they are working extensively with separate groups to tip them towards negotiations. They consider Brazil and anyone you can imagine as a middleman. “Let’s negotiate to somehow solve this problem.”

detail: Danilov says Ukraine has set four simple terms for Russia.

  1. Withdraw from all currently temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories

  2. Responsibility, through the courts, for those who kill children, the elderly and women not involved in war, including war

  3. Ukraine security guarantee

  4. accountability

Danilov stressed that accepting terrorist terms is out of the question.

Quote: “This absurdity that is going on today must end sooner or later. But, of course, Putin has to do it.The situation in our country comes first.There is no other way.”


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