Putin ready to discuss Crimea with Zelensky

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is ready to discuss with his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir Zelensky Crimea in the context of border cooperation between the two countries’ regions, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. reports that this was reported by Russian media.

"Our Ukrainian vis-a-vis, for example, say: we will discuss Crimea. But if to discuss Crimea in the context of developing border cooperation - Russia has border cooperation between regions and foreign countries - if in this context, I’m sure Putin will be ready," Peskov told Moscow. Kremlin. Putin program on Rossiya-1 TV channel.

Meanwhile, he noted that if Kiev sought to "discuss something else than that Crimea is a region of the Russian Federation, then no one would ever discuss this with anyone."

The Kremlin spokesman pointed out that the Constitution clearly says that it’s a crime to speak about the alienation of Russian territories. According to him, "certainly, a lot needs to be worked out and the exchange of views should continue" on a possible meeting between the two leaders. "Let’s see what will be the result. But this exchange of views is indeed taking place," he said.

2021.05.23 / 19:53
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