Zhelensky conditions Ukraine’s neutrality in the liberation of the whole country, including Donbass and Crimea

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has imposed a state of neutrality on Russia’s demand for the liberation of the whole of Ukraine, including the Donbass region (east), which was annexed by Moscow in 2014, and the Crimean peninsula, EFE reports.

In an interview with the Saudi Arabian television channel Al Arabiya on Monday evening, Zhelensky said, “The Russians insist on neutrality. The most important thing for us is the liberation of the Donbass and all the temporarily occupied territories and the Crimean peninsula.

Zhelensky reiterated that Russia, which is urging Ukraine not to join NATO and to remain neutral, is following in the footsteps of Crimea in 2014 and trying to crush his country by holding referendums on independence in the occupied territories. Peninsula.

In addition to liberating the entire country, the Ukrainian president accepted Moscow’s demand for neutrality, saying “security guarantees are needed so that Ukraine will not be subjected to similar attacks in the future, as well as other types of weapons in the event of war.”

However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Lukashenko’s government.

Commenting on the course of the talks with Russia, Zhelensky said that “Russian negotiators do not have the ability to make decisions, the last word will always be with (Russian President Vladimir) Putin”, which is why he insists on direct dialogue with Russia. Head of State ..

He said the suspension of exports from Ukraine was a matter of concern to many Arab countries, which rely heavily on European products such as wheat or sunflower, and that the siege imposed by Russian warships on Ukrainian ports could ’cause a global food crisis’. ‘This year.

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