Putin available to talks with Biden to end Ukraine war, Kremlin states

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    The Kremlin states Vladimir Putin wants to take a seat with Joe Biden– however on his terms (Picture: EPA)

    Russian president Vladimir Putin is open to talks with United States president Joe Biden to end the Ukraine war.

    Biden recommended the other day he wants to hash out a peace settlement.

    But on 2 conditions: he would initially consult his Nato allies and just if Putin releases any annexed Ukrainian land.

    Putin’s representative today brushed off the latter while firmly insisting the leader wants to attempt a diplomatic service to ‘achieve our goals’.

    ‘The president of the Russian Federation has always been, is and remains open to negotiations in order to ensure our interests,’ Peskov informed press reporters.

    He included: ‘The United States still doesn’ t acknowledge the brand-new areas as part of the Russian Federation.

    ‘This of course significantly complicates the search for some kind of mutual grounds for possible discussions.’

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    Speaking at aWhite House interview after talks with hisFrench presidentEmmanuelMacron, (************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************ )stated:’There is a method to end the war– the logical method.

    ‘But it appears he’ s not going to do that.He’s paying an extremely high cost for stopping working to do it.’

    Biden included:‘The fact of the matter is I have no immediate plans to contact Mr Putin.’

    Admitting he was selecting his words ‘carefully’ here, he stated:‘I’ m prepared to consult withMrPutin if in reality there is an interest in him choosing that he’s searching for a method to end the war.

    ‘He hasn’ t done that yet.’

    Biden later on stated that he feelsMoscow has‘miscalculated across the board’

    U.S. President Joe Biden greets France's President Emmanuel Macron, as the Bidens host the Macrons for a State Dinner at the White House, in Washington, U.S., December 1, 2022. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
    The United States andFrance looked for to provide an unified front versusRussia(Picture:Reuters)
    U.S. President Joe Biden and U.S. first lady Jill Biden wait to greet France's President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron at the North Portico of the White House, as the Bidens host the Macrons for a State Dinner, in Washington, U.S., December 1, 2022. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz
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    ‘The question is how does he get out of the circumstance he’ s in. I’m ready if he wants to speak to discover what he wants to do,’ he stated.

    ‘But I’ ll just do it in assessment with myNato allies. I’m not going to do it on my own.’

    His remarks came asMacron advised allies to stop requiringPutin step down as a requirement for talks withRussia

    During his state journey toWashington,Macron stated he intends to talk toPutin ‘in the coming days’.

    Macron is something of an outlier to name a fewWestern readers, having actually engaged numerous times withPutin given that theFebruary intrusion.

    Keen to provide an unified front withWashington, theFrench leader stated his nation would top up military assistance forUkraine


    He insisted he‘will never urge Ukrainians to make a compromise that will not be acceptable for them’

    FILE - A Ukrainian soldier fires a mortar at Russian positions in Bakhmut, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022. A top adviser to Ukraine's president has cited military chiefs as saying 10,000 to 13,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the country's nine-month struggle against Russia's invasion, a rare comment on such figures and far below estimates of Ukrainian casualties from Western leaders. Late Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022, Mykhailo Podolyak, a top adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, relayed new figures about Ukrainian soldiers killed in battle, while noting that the number of injured troops was higher and civilian casualty counts were ???significant.??? (AP Photo/Libkos, File)


    Anxiety levels inUkraine are increasing as winter season quick techniques, providing brand-new obstacles for individuals merely attempting to make it through the war (Picture: AP)(****************

    The efficiently choreographed public programs of assistance began the eve of a bitter winter season looming ahead that might freeze numerousUkrainians

    Moscow has actually leftUkraine’s facilities important for individuals and organizations to warm their houses in smoky ruins in the middle of duplicated rocket strikes.

    The head ofNato,JensStoltenberg, statedTuesday thatPutin is‘weaponising winter’ as he offersUkraine 2 alternatives:‘Freeze or flee’

    ‘He is trying to break the will of the brave Ukrainian people,’ she stated at an event of foreign leaders inBucharest,Romania

    ‘But our meeting here in Bucharest is sending a strong message of Nato unity and of sustained support for Ukraine.’


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