President Zelensky said that pressure will have to be created on Russia for honest talks. Can participate in the G20 conference in a virtual way. North Korea has denied allegations of an arms trade with Russia.
Ukraine tightened its stance on Tuesday, saying talks with Russia are possible only if it gives up occupation of all Ukrainian territories. He said that even if the allies stab him in the back, Kyiv will not back down from the war. This comment of Ukraine is in reference to the US media report, which claimed in the past that Washington had invited Kyiv to negotiate. signaling is encouraged. In a nightly address ahead of the climate summit, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said Russia should be pressurized for honest talks.
“We have consistently proposed such talks, but Russia has responded with new attacks, bombings and blackmail,” Zelensky said. Negotiations can be resumed subject to conditions such as establishment of provincial integrity, respect of the United Nations Charter, indemnity of war, punishment for war criminals and guarantees that this will not happen again. These terms are completely understandable.
Zelensky had earlier said that talks could not take place under Vladimir Putin as President of Russia. Zelensky’s adviser Mikhailo Podolyak said last day: “We don’t shy away from peace talks, but we don’t want to have talks with Putin that he himself is not willing to have.”
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia was open to talks, but Kyiv was refusing. Zelensky’s spokesman told the public broadcaster that the president could virtually attend the G20 summit. Zelensky said last week that Putin would not attend the November 15-16 summit in Indonesia.
Meanwhile, North Korea has made it clear that it has never and does not intend to do arms trade with Russia. The US had recently alleged that North Korea is preparing to provide weapons to Russia for the Ukraine war.
Russian soldiers accused of capturing and looting houses in Kherson
Ukraine has alleged that Russian troops are looting and occupying vacant houses in Kherson. Kyiv alleges that Russian soldiers are doing this out of fear of street fighting. Russia has ordered civilians to evacuate to Kherson in the wake of fears of a Ukrainian attack. Electricity and water supply has been disrupted in Khersan for more than 48 hours.
Don’t take economic sanctions lightly
Nabiullina Russian Central Bank governor Elvira Nabiullina told lawmakers that Western sanctions are too powerful and their impact on Russia and the global economy cannot be underestimated. It is not possible to survive the effects of sanctions. The US and Western countries have announced several economic sanctions on Russia against the attack on Ukraine.