ISW: Putin has little interest in ceasefire and negotiations with Ukraine. “He’s focused on finding success.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin has little interest in ending the war, says the Institute for the Study of War (ISW). Peace talks with Kiev.

Russia has called for a cease-fire in talks with Ukraine and Western nations to allow its military to prepare for new attacks against Ukraine, the War Research Institute said. Its last update.

Putin has little interest in such a cease-fire, however, as the Kremlin continues to push for total surrender by the West, Putin is focused on continuing military success.“, ISW said, according to Kyiv Independent.

Putin has issued statements about recent talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, presumably in an effort to “ It creates a perception among Western officials that Russia should negotiate“, according to ISW.

The conversation between Putin and Scholes is inconclusive

The day before, on December 2, Putin and German President Olaf Scholz had a telephone conversation in which Putin cited Western support for Ukraine as the reason for his refusal to negotiate with Russia. he asked Scholes Arms supply to Ukraine should be stopped.

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Scholz replied that something A Diplomatic Solution to the Ukraine War ISW said Russian forces should be withdrawn from Ukrainian territory. Earlier, on November 30, Scholz pledged to support Ukraine as long as needed during his speech at the Berlin Security Conference.

Other Western leaders have also pledged continued support for Ukraine. Speaking alongside US President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron on December 1 said the West “He will never ask the Ukrainians for an unacceptable compromise“.

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The White House added.Putin is not interested in any kind of dialogue“.

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