– We’re deadlocked – VG

Vladimir Putin said Russia would steadily and calmly continue the war in Ukraine.

Vladimir Putin believes that peace talks with Ukraine have ended in a stalemate. The Russian president said he had no doubt that the military operation would achieve its goals.


Putin spoke on Tuesday about war for the first time after Russian troops withdrew from the capital and northern Ukraine.

He said Kyiv had thwarted peace talks by making false accusations of Russia’s war crimes and demanding security guarantees that would cover all of Ukraine.

“We are again at a stalemate,” Putin told a news conference, according to Reuters.

He claims according to the news agency RIA Novosti that Ukraine did not comply with its part of the agreement the parties discussed in Istanbul.

– Kyiv creates difficulties

“Kiev’s inconsistency in negotiations creates difficulties,” said Putin RIA Novosti.

On Tuesday, Russian President and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko visited the Vostochny Cosmodrome rocket launcher more than 5,000 kilometers east of Moscow.

Space workers ask whether the military operation in Ukraine will achieve its goals.

– Very. I have no doubts at all, replied Vladimir Putin.

He said Russia would continue to operate “steadily and quietly”.

On Tuesday, Vladimir Putin met with space workers at a base in eastern Russia.

– It can’t be helped

According to Tass, Vladimir Putin said that “what happened in Ukraine is a tragedy”, but Russia had no choice but to enter Ukraine.

According to Interfax, he said they had to do this to protect Russia.

– Fighting against anti-Russian forces in Ukraine is inevitable. It was a matter of time, Putin said, according to Tass.

According to state news agency RIA Novosti, Putin said that Russia could no longer accept what he called the genocide in the Donbas.

– Nobel Operations

Putin said he believed the “military operation” had noble intentions.

“The main goal is to help the Donbas people, which we see forced to do because the Kyiv authorities, under pressure from the West, refuse to fulfill the objectives of the Minsk agreement on a peaceful solution to the Donbas problem,” Putin said. .

In early 2014, Russia supported separatist forces in the eastern Ukrainian regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, collectively known as the Donbas.

Since then, the two regions have been self-governing, and there has been a war between the separatists and Ukrainian government forces. There is no evidence of genocide in the area yet.

Belarusian President, Alexander Lukashenko (left), also took part in Putin’s visit to the Vostochny Cosmodrome rocket launch site.

Praise the soldiers

There they discussed the situation in Ukraine, after Russia went to war against a neighboring country on February 24 this year.

“They are brave and effective,” Putin said of the behavior of Russian troops in Ukraine, according to Russia’s state news agency Tass.

Western military experts said the attack was far from what Putin and Russia had imagined. They should expect victory soon, and Kyiv will fall in a matter of days.

The war is now in its seventh week. Russia has pulled out of Kyiv, where Ukraine still has control.

Western intelligence sources also claim that Russian forces have fought in low morale, and some have described Russian forces as surprisingly ineffective.

WAR: A shopping mall northwest of the capital Kyiv was attacked by Russian troops in March. Now Russia has withdrawn from the Ukrainian capital.

The two presidents Putin and Lukashenko are also said to have discussed the sanctions the West has imposed on their countries and citizens.

Belarus, like Russia, has been sanctioned by several Western countries. Russia launched its attack on Ukraine part of Belarusian soil.

“We have no plans to isolate ourselves from the rest of the world,” Putin said after the meeting, according to Interfax.

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