Russia is ready for a “political and diplomatic settlement”: Putin announced negotiations on the eve of Xi Jinping's visit
The Russian dictator believes that the future of the peace process depends solely on the readiness for a serious conversation, taking into account geopolitical realities.
The head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, on the eve of the visit of Xi Jinping, the Chinese head, to Moscow, said that he was allegedly ready for a “political and diplomatic settlement” of the war against Ukraine.
Putin wrote about this in an article in the Chinese edition of Renmin Ribao, the translation of which was published on the Kremlin website.
According to the dictator, Russia “is open to a politico-diplomatic settlement of the Ukrainian crisis.”
“However, back in April 2022, the peace talks were by no means terminated by us. The future of the peace process depends solely on the readiness for a serious conversation, taking into account the prevailing geopolitical realities. way out of this situation,” Putin wrote.
The head of the Kremlin expressed gratitude to the PRC for allegedly “a balanced line in connection with the events taking place in Ukraine for understanding their background and real reasons.”
Putin also noted that China is ready to “play a constructive role” in resolving the war.
As for the UN Charter and international law, the head of the Russian Federation assured of respect for these institutions.
According to him, both “Chinese friends” and Russia stand for “strict observance of the UN charter, respect for the norms of international law, including humanitarian law.”
“We are committed to the principle of the indivisibility of security, which is grossly violated by the NATO bloc. We are deeply concerned about irresponsible and simply dangerous actions that can undermine global nuclear security. We do not accept illegitimate unilateral sanctions that must be lifted,” Putin said.
Meanwhile, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that the lifting of all anti-Russian sanctions and all lawsuits against Russia in international courts should be an integral part of the “peace plan” in Ukraine.