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Russia says it will not negotiate with Ukraine under the conditions of kyiv | AlMomento.net

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Dmitry Peskov

MOSCOW.- The spokesman of the president of Russia, Dmitri Peskov, said this Friday that the US plan for peace negotiations with Ukraine under conditions favorable to kyiv is not possible.

“No, absolutely not true,” the official said in press statements.

Previously, US Deputy National Security Advisor Jonathan Finer stated that Washington intends to persuade Russia to enter into peace talks with Ukraine on conditions favorable to Kyiv before the end of 2024.

“Primary concern for the US”

Likewise, the Russian spokesman emphasized that “Ukraine should realize that they are not the main concern of the US.” “The main concern of the US has always been the Americans themselves, even at the cost of the lives of the same Ukrainians,” he said.

The senior official explained that “the Americans are the ones who get billions and billions of dollars with expensive energy, with the gas they give to Europe, with the oil, and the Americans are the ones who benefit from jobs, taxing higher prices, tax collection, loading. its production with orders for projectiles, military equipment, etc.».

Peskov described as “a good confession” the words of the Secretary of State of the United States, Antony Blinken, that almost 90% of the US funds intended for military aid to Ukraine remained in the North American country and it was sent to their military-industrial complex. complicated.

According to the Kremlin spokesman, Washington “is ready to continue throwing the lives of the same Ukrainians into the oven.” “It’s a shame that kyiv still doesn’t understand,” he concluded.




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