Russia begging for talks with Kyiv – Podolyak

Russia begging for talks with Kyiv – Podolyak
Russia begging for talks with Kyiv – Podolyak

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Advisor to the Head of the President’s Office Mikhail Podolyak

Russia, having lost 80 thousand of its soldiers, “recognized” the authorities of Ukraine and asks for negotiations, the adviser to the OP noted.

The ruling Kremlin regime was able to recognize the democratically elected government of Ukraine only after nine months of war and 80,000 dead Russian soldiers. Now Moscow is asking Kyiv for negotiations. About it declared adviser to the head of the Office of the President Mikhail Podolyak on his Twitter account on Tuesday, November 22.

“From a “drug gang that seized power in Kyiv” to the recognition of a democratic Ukrainian government that is being begged for a conversation, 9 months have passed and 80,000 Russians have been destroyed. A reminder to Russia: never interfere in the political life of other countries. You don’t know what elections are and freedom,” he said.

Recall that earlier Podolyak said that the liberated city of Kherson ceased to exist in the Russian media space.

In addition, he said that Russia is not offering peace talks to Ukraine, it is putting forward ultimatums, and hopes for an operational pause to regroup its troops and consolidate in the occupied territory.


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