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Ukraine, Russia |  The Jerusalem Post claims that Zelensky has been offered peace offers

Ukraine, Russia | The Jerusalem Post claims that Zelensky has been offered peace offers

visa It quoted unnamed sources who were said to be aware of what was said in the meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in Moscow on Saturday.

The Russian proposal was considered “difficult, but not impossible,” according to the sources. It’s worse than what Zelensky would have had before the invasion, but there shouldn’t be much distance between the two. Putin allegedly ordered a ceasefire pending Zelensky’s decision.

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The Ukrainian president should be divided on his opinion on the proposal. It involves the loss of the Donbass region, neutrality, an end to the dream of NATO membership, and the shrinking of the army. At the same time, it is clear that a possible refusal will lead to a continuation of the war, with consequences for the people of Ukraine.

Bennett’s trip to Moscow should not have been an attempt to mediate between the two parties, but rather to get an impression of Putin’s position and inform Western leaders about it. According to anonymous sources, the real negotiations will take place directly between Russia and Ukraine, and they will be much more serious than what is being said abroad.

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