Any peace talks in Ukraine without us, Russia, will fail… Moscow warns

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov announced in an interview published on Tuesday that any global peace summit on Ukraine that excludes Russia is just “futility” and will fail.

Peskov added to the newspaper “Argumenti e Fakti” that Russia is continuing its two-year-long war against Ukraine to protect itself from the West.

“Can the Ukrainian problem be solved without Russia’s participation?” Peskov said in the interview last Thursday, one day before the mass shooting in a concert hall outside Moscow. The response is clear: it is not possible.”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called for an international peace summit, and Switzerland said earlier this year that it would host the conference, and the date and details were discussed.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has already denounced the Ukrainian peace plan, which calls for the withdrawal of Russian forces and the restoration of Ukraine’s 1991 borders, including the Crimean Peninsula, which Russia annexed in 2014, as unworkable.

Peskov reiterated that the plan was unthinkable, and also denounced plans discussed by the European Union and other countries to control the proceeds of Russian assets and hand them over to Ukraine. (Sky News)

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