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Ukrainian war. Putin: "We want peace"

Tajani (Italian Foreign minister): "It's the same old thing, but we welcome any openness to negotiations"

Russia has made it known that it is open to peace negotiations to put an end to the war in Ukraine, denouncing the obstacles by Kiev and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Nato). For its part, the Italian Government responded to the Kremlin's accusations, arguing that the negotiations to end hostilities cannot take into consideration solutions that envisage the end of Ukraine as an autonomous state.

Ukraine and the West "are not ready to engage in an equal, honest and open dialogue based on mutual respect and consideration of each other's interests." Instead, "Beijing proposes viable and constructive steps" that could "lay the foundation for a political and diplomatic process that takes into account Russia's security concerns and contributes to achieving sustainable, long-term peace", said Russian president, Vladimir Putin, interviewed by the Chinese news agency "Xinhua". 

It is the comment of the Italian Foreign Minister, Antonio Tajani, interviewed by Italian media "Radio 24": "If there is willingness to negotiate, welcome, there must be a possibility for Ukraine to be free and independent. We are in favor of pursuing peace, but a fair peace" and "if Russia is willing, never say never". "Ukraine's battle is not lost, the West continues to support Ukraine". 

On the same topic, see also the article published by AVIONEWS.

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