Medvedev Claims Talks with Ukraine Unattainable While Zelensky is in Power

Dmitry Medvedev, former Russian president and current deputy chair of Russia’s Security Council, expressed on Friday during a visit to Vietnam that negotiations with Ukraine would not be possible as long as President Volodymyr Zelensky’s government remains in power. The remarks were reported by state news agency TASS.

Medvedev Claims Talks with Ukraine Unattainable While Zelensky is in Power
Dmitry Medvedev

Medvedev referred to the current regime in Ukraine and President Zelensky as barriers to productive talks, stating, “As long as the current regime and clown Zelensky are in power in Kiev, talks will be impossible.” Despite this, he acknowledged that negotiations would eventually have to take place.

The former Russian president also emphasized the need to consider all proposals for peace in Ukraine that have been put forward by different countries. Medvedev commented on the peace plans proposed by China and other nations, stating, “As for peace plans being proposed, all of them should be considered.”

Medvedev’s comments highlight the ongoing challenges and strained relations between Russia and Ukraine.

The statement underscores the current deadlock in diplomatic negotiations between the two countries under the leadership of President Zelensky. The situation warrants careful monitoring as it has significant implications for regional stability and the prospects of resolving the Ukraine conflict through peaceful means.

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