Zelensky was told how the Russian Federation, through negotiations, wants to buy time to continue the aggression

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Zelensky was told how the Russian Federation wants to buy time through negotiations to continue the aggression< /p>

The Office of the President explained why Russia wants peace talks. Andriy Yermak's adviser said that in fact “this is not a sincere offer, but a trap.”

The adviser to the head of the Office of the President told the relevant information during an interview. He also recalled that for the same reason Russia uses nuclear blackmail.

The OP explained why Russia is negotiating

Yes, Russia wants peace talks. However, this is not a sincere offer, but a trap. For we are not talking about ending the war, but about strengthening our positions. She wants to consolidate her territorial gains while she is at the top of her military capabilities,” Mykhailo Podolyak explained.

An adviser to the head of the President’s Office added that, in fact:

  • “a grand agreement on war and peace is impossible because Russia is not interested in it;
  • the Kremlin believes that Ukraine should be wiped off the face of the earth by military means;
  • there are also intentions on Moldova, Georgia and Kazakhstan. They want to dictate the rules of the game to Europe. There is no peace in these plans.”

It is for this purpose that Russia arranges the energy blackmail of Europe. The Kremlin hopes that the lack of gas in the event of a harsh winter will lead to a decrease in EU support for Ukraine.

Russia wants to make Ukraine “the initiator of a new stage of the war”

Mikhail Podolyak explained that if Ukraine agrees to sit down at the negotiating table with Russia and there is a truce, then the Kremlin will put forward an ultimatum, saying: “Ukraine must recognize the existing front line as a new border. Of course, we do not agree to the annexation of four of our regions. Fighting resumes. Then Russian propaganda spreads the message in Europe: look, the war is over, but Ukraine is attacking again. They are making us the initiators of a new phase of the war.”

The adviser to the head of the President's Office explained that:

    < li>Europe may not understand the true motives of the aggressor;
  • because in the EU there has long been an opinion that Russia is a good partner with a huge resource potential;
  • including it in one economic space should strengthen security in the region.

Latest news on negotiations with Russia

  • Vladimir Zelensky on August 18 in Lviv, after meeting with Recep Erdogan and António Guterres, said that negotiations with Russia WHO possible only when it liberates the occupied territories.
  • On the same day, the Turkish President said that Ankara is working to stop the war at the negotiating table.
  • Political scientist Taras Semenyuk explained that Erdogan's main goal – play the role of a mediator,
  • In addition, Mikhail Podolyak, commenting on Erdogan's visit to Lviv, explained that Putin wants to put us at the negotiating table through someone else.

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