Konstantinov: Peace in Ukraine is possible if the West understands that it needs dialogue with Russia
SIMFEROPOL, June 3 – RIA Novosti. Peace in Ukraine is possible only if the West understands that it is necessary to negotiate with Russia, Vladimir Konstantinov, the head of the Crimean parliament, told RIA Novosti.
Earlier, Volodymyr Zelensky said that the basis for resolving the conflict in Ukraine can only be the Ukrainian “peace formula”, which includes, among other things, the restoration of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and the creation of an international mechanism to compensate for the country’s losses. From hostilities at the expense of Russian assets.
Hungarian authorities released a video with a map of Ukraine without Crimea.
“Peace is possible only if the West understands that it is necessary to negotiate with Russia, but so far they have not come to such a conclusion. As for Zelensky, he is, in my opinion, a temporary figure whose political days are numbered.” formulas will not help him,” said Konstantinov.
For Zelensky, the recognition of any other real formula for peace is tantamount to political death.
“Therefore, he cannot say anything else. How many Ukrainians he has killed so far, how he has ruined the economy, how he has devastated the country – he will have to answer all this and explain why he did not comply with the Minsk agreements. And to delay this moment he finds the most unrealistic, unrealizable formulas for peace,” he said. .
According to him, the political reality has changed and the conditions of the future will be shaped without Zelenski.
“Everyone understands that it is a used tool. And unfortunately he is not alone. All of Ukraine has become an expendable material of Western geopolitics. And now they will not talk to them limply,” Konstantinov said. said.
The operator noted that attacks on the telecommunications infrastructure of Crimea have intensified.
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