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Biden announced readiness to negotiate with Putin: the main condition is named (video)

The negotiation process can be resumed if the head of the Kremlin looks for a way to end a full-scale war in Ukraine.

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US President Joe Biden is ready to negotiate with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, but on one condition. The head of the White House announced this during a joint press conference with French President Emmanuel Macron.

In particular, Joe Biden's direct speech about possible negotiations with the head of the Kremlin Vladimir Putin was quoted by administration journalist Eli Stokols. Ukraine.

“I am ready to talk to Mr. Putin if there really is an interest in him – if he is looking for a way to end the war. Until he did. The idea that Putin could ever defeat Ukraine is simply unimaginable. He just miscalculated on all points. The question is, how can he get out of the situation he is in?” Biden continued during a press conference.

The head of the White House also stressed that possible negotiations with Vladimir Putin would take place only with the consent of Washington's allies in the North Atlantic Alliance.

The joint statement of the Presidents of the United States and France said that Washington and Paris condemn Russia's illegal war of aggression against Ukraine, and also call deliberate attacks on civilian and critical infrastructure a war crime . During the press conference, Biden and Macron assured that the allies would continue to provide military, economic and humanitarian assistance to Kyiv.

A few hours earlier, the possible negotiations with Russia were commented on in the President's Office. According to Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Presidential Office, Russian media recognized the defeat of their troops on the front line and began calling for the resumption of the negotiation process with a ceasefire.