In Crimea, Vladimir Zelensky was told what to do to meet with Vladimir Putin. Sergei Tsekov noted that for this, the President of Ukraine needs to take two simple steps. He added that if Kiev really had such a willingness, the negotiations would most likely have taken place a long time ago.
Sergei Tsekov, a member of the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs from Crimea, commented on the words of the press secretary of the leader of Ukraine, Sergei Nikiforov, about the desire of Vladimir Zelensky to hold a personal meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
On September 12, the Office of the Head of Independence reported that Zelensky is ready for face-to-face negotiations with his Russian counterpart “at any time” in neutral territory, including on the contact line of forces in Donbass.
However, Nikiforov voiced a key condition: in the course of the conversation, the topic of “the Ukrainian territories occupied by Russia” should be raised first.
Tsekov, in a conversation with RT, doubted the reality of this desire of the Ukrainian president. He explained that Zelensky could have officially initiated a meeting with Putin long ago – for this it is enough to follow two simple steps.
First, give the appropriate order to your staff. Secondly, to abandon the phrase “occupation” when speaking of Crimea and Donbass.
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