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Kremlin Says Putin Believes in Diplomacy and Is Open to Talks on Ukraine

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Kremlin Says Putin Believes in Diplomacy and Is Open to Talks on Ukraine

Kremlin Says Putin Believes in Diplomacy and Is Open to Talks on Ukraine

Kremlin Says Putin Believes in Diplomacy , and Is Open to Talks on Ukraine.

During a joint press conference with President Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron on Dec.

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Biden said he was prepared to speak with Vladimir Putin if the Russian president was ready to end the war in Ukraine.

Biden said he was prepared to speak with Vladimir Putin if the Russian president was ready to end the war in Ukraine.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov commented on Biden's remarks.

The president of the Russian Federation has always been, is and remains open to negotiations in order to ensure our interests, Dmitry Peskov, Kremlin spokesman, via statement.

However, Peskov asserted that Russia would not leave Ukraine.

He went on to say that America's refusal to recognize annexations as new Russian territories was impeding negotiations.

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This significantly complicates the search for mutual ground for discussions, Dmitry Peskov, Kremlin spokesman, via statement.

But at the same time - it is very important to give this in conjunction – President Putin has been, is and remains open for contacts, for negotiations.

Of course, the most preferable way to achieve our interests is through peaceful, diplomatic means, Dmitry Peskov, Kremlin spokesman, via statement.

Reuters reports that Russia has taken close to "a fifth of Ukraine's post-Soviet territory," but Ukraine has vowed to fight until every Russian soldier is expelled from its land.

Reuters reports that Russia has taken close to "a fifth of Ukraine's post-Soviet territory," but Ukraine has vowed to fight until every Russian soldier is expelled from its land


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