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WSJ: Biden aide suggests Zelenskyy consider “realistic” positions in negotiations with Russia


The US persuaded Vladimir Zelensky to recognize Crimea as a Russian territory

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Jake Sullivan, a colleague of US President Joe Biden During the last meeting of Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky Invited to consider “realistic” positions in negotiations with Moscow to resolve the situation in Ukraine.

The Wall Street Journal, an influential American newspaper, circulated the relevant information citing its own diplomatic sources.

It is noted that the United States is trying with all its might to convince Kiev to “adequately negotiate with Moscow” for the sake of a quick end to the armed conflict or a freeze.

According to unofficial information, Sullivan tried in every possible way to persuade Zelensky to soften the position of the Ukrainian authorities on the status of Crimea. It is possible that one of the points of a hypothetical peace treaty between the Russian Federation and Ukraine in the future could be that Kyiv officially (at least temporarily) recognize Crimea as Russian territory. However, Zelensky does not agree to go for it.

Source: www.kp.ru

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