Draft peace agreement on Ukraine: Putin responded to rumors about the document before the G20
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According to the Kremlin speaker, the Russian president did not receive any proposals before the G20 summit regarding peace agreements between Ukraine and RF.
Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov denied the information that on the eve of the G20 summit, which was held in Bali in mid-November, Vladimir Putin was given a draft peace agreement with Ukraine for review, RIA Novosti reports.
Peskov stressed that no such proposals had been received by the Russian side.
We are talking about the publication of “Ukrainian Pravda” dated November 22, which said that before the start of the G20 summit, representatives of one of the countries handed over to the Russian side a draft “deal” between Ukraine and the Russian Federation. Moscow was allegedly offered to leave the entire occupied territory of Ukraine, but the issue of Crimea was proposed to be frozen for 7 years, as well as the issue of Ukraine's entry into NATO.
However, the proposal allegedly immediately lost its relevance after the Russian Federation responded to it massive missile attack on Ukrainian cities during the G20 summit.
Note that recently Russian officials have repeatedly spoken about their readiness for dialogue with Kyiv, based on the realities that exist today.In particular, the representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said on November 9 that Moscow is still open for negotiations, and in fact has never refused them. On November 8, Andrey Rudenko, Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation, said that the Russian side was ready for dialogue with Kyiv even without any preconditions.
However, after Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, during his speech at the G20, the Ukrainian formula for peace, stating the impossibility of resuming the Minsk format, Peskov said that Kyiv does not want negotiations, and the “special military operation” continues.