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April 12 /TASS/ Russia’s military operation in Ukraine is proceeding according to a plan and will continue until all its initial goals are achieved, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday, having arrived at the Vostochny spaceport together with his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko.
There will be no peace treaties with Russia, according to the Telegram channel “Resident” that writes about this referencing a source in the Office of the Ukrainian President.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the time had not yet come for him to meet with his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir Zelensky.
The Biden administration doesn’t seem particularly enamored of Russian peace proposal that could bring much needed relief to the war ravaged country.
Russian negotiators reacted negatively to Kiev's proposals which do not address demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine, which had been declared at the beginning of Russia's special military operation.
No significant progress was made during the first rounds. The only point agreed by the two sides was the security of humanitarian passes from the war-torn cities, but in fact no joint measures have been implemented to secure civilians so far. No agreement on other topics of negotiations was reported.
According to head of the Russian delegation Vladimir Medinsky, Kiev’s proposals will be studied in the near future and reported to the president, and then Moscow will come back with a response