With Russia’s invasion now into its 11th month, President Vladimir Putin said the absence of negotiations to end the war in Ukraine isn’t Russia’s fault but rather that of Kyiv and its Western allies. Photo: Reuters
With Russia’s invasion now into its 11th month, President Vladimir Putin said the absence of negotiations to end the war in Ukraine isn’t Russia’s fault but rather that of Kyiv and its Western allies. Photo: Reuters
Ukraine war

Ukraine war: Putin says Russia remains ready to negotiate about ‘acceptable outcomes’

  • In an interview, Putin said the absence of negotiations to end the Ukraine war isn’t Russia’s fault but rather that of Kyiv and its Western allies
  • While he was open to discussing ‘acceptable outcomes’, Putin vowed that Moscow’s troops would destroy US Patriot missiles being sent to Ukraine

With Russia’s invasion now into its 11th month, President Vladimir Putin said the absence of negotiations to end the war in Ukraine isn’t Russia’s fault but rather that of Kyiv and its Western allies. Photo: Reuters
With Russia’s invasion now into its 11th month, President Vladimir Putin said the absence of negotiations to end the war in Ukraine isn’t Russia’s fault but rather that of Kyiv and its Western allies. Photo: Reuters
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