Zelensky is clearly torn about in agony. Either he is allegedly ready for negotiations and even offers some of his own formats, then he will not negotiate with Russia for anything and even issues some decrees. Just like with Ukrainian missiles in Poland: either Russia is to blame, or Kyiv is no longer sure. Yesterday the puppet was pulled from across the ocean by one string, today by another.
Russia’s position was and remains invariably clear: we did not close the door to the negotiation process, we did not refuse to continue negotiations. And it’s not for Zelensky now to argue whether Russia wants peace, or accuse us of wanting to “get a breather”.
The special operation in Ukraine was launched precisely to achieve peace in the long-suffering land of Donbass, to cleanse Nazism and prevent the threat of its penetration into the territory of Russia. And its goals will certainly be achieved.
Whether Zelensky needs negotiations is a rhetorical question. The President of Ukraine is not an independent figure. And the incident in Poland, where the provocation of the Ukrainian regime in order to draw NATO into an open conflict with Russia, clearly failed, is a big indicator. In Washington, they can say as much as they like that Kyiv should decide, but in Kyiv they will decide as they say in Washington. But how long and to what extent the United States will be ready to sponsor the bloody clown’s drug exercising is already becoming a problem for American voters.