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In an interview with the Belarusian Television and Radio Company on June 23 in Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov accused the Anglo-Saxons of not allowing the Ukrainian government to resume the diplomatic process between Russia and the ‘Ukraine.

He also felt that if such negotiations took place, consideration should be given to the situation “on the ground” at that time. “There are liberated areas, and the majority of the population does not even imagine coming back under the control of neo-Nazi authorities or authorities who encourage neo-Nazism in every possible way,” Sergei Lavrov continued.

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Lavrov speaks on the conditions for a resumption of negotiations

Announcing the launch of his “special military operation” on February 24, Vladimir Putin had set as goals the “demilitarization” and “denazification” of Ukraine, in order to come to the aid of the populations of Donbass, in the east of the country. ‘Ukraine. However, kyiv and its – mainly Western – allies see the Russian offensive as a war of invasion and occupation of its territories.

While meetings between Russian and Ukrainian delegations had taken place at the start of the conflict, the process has since stalled. Russia continues its military advance, as evidenced by the recent capture of the strategic city of Severodonetsk. Ukraine, for its part, can count on numerous arms deliveries from the West, which Moscow denounces as a way of “making the conflict last”.


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