Russia and Ukraine find accused each other after harmony talks slowed down, with the most recent eye to eye discussions on March 29
Ukrainian official counsel and harmony talks arbitrator Mykhailo Podolyak said on Saturday that any concurrence with Russia can’t be relied upon and Moscow must be halted in its attack forcibly.
“Any concurrence with Russia does not merit a wrecked penny, Podolyak composed on the Telegram informing application. “Is it conceivable to haggle with a country that generally lies skeptically and propagandistically?”
Russia and Ukraine find accused each other after harmony talks slowed down, with the most recent eye to eye discussions on March 29. The Kremlin said recently Ukraine was showing no eagerness to proceed with harmony talks, while authorities in Kiev faulted Russia for the absence of progress.
On Monday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that President Vladimir Putin was the main Russian authority he was ready to meet with to examine how to end the conflict.
Putin says Russian powers are on an exceptional activity to disarm Ukraine and free it of extremist enemy of Russian patriots. Ukraine and its partners call that a misleading guise to attack Ukraine on February 24.
“Russia has demonstrated that a savage nation undermines world security,” Podolyak said. “A brute must be come by force.”