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Pushkov explained Johnson’s statement on Ukraine

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Boris Johnson’s statement looks like a response to the three EU leaders about the negotiations between Ukraine and the Russian Federation, Alexey Pushkov believes
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The statement of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who called for Ukraine not to be forced to make peace with Russia, is similar to the answer to the three leaders of the European Union. They offered the Kyiv authorities to negotiate with Moscow. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will do as he is told in London and Washington, said Russian Senator Alexei Pushkov.

“Statement [премьер-министра Великобритании Бориса] Johnson seems like a response to the three EU leaders, who, according to some reports, proposed [президенту Украины Владимиру] Zelensky to negotiate with Moscow. There is an element of intra-Western polemic here. And Zelensky, of course, will do as London and Washington tell him,” Pushkov wrote on his telegram channel. He is sure that by doing so, Johnson enters into a dispute with the European Union.

Johnson urged not to force Ukraine to make peace with the Russian Federation. According to him, it is important that Zelensky not be pressured into a “bad” peace agreement. The information is transmitted by the Sputnik Near Abroad telegram channel.

Earlier it was reported that Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas called calls for a truce or peace in Ukraine “premature”. According to the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, she showed her “bloodthirstiness.”

Russia had previously launched a special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that her goal is to protect civilians in Donbass from genocide by nationalists. After the start of the special operation, Western countries stepped up military and financial assistance to Ukraine.

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The statement of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who called for Ukraine not to be forced to make peace with Russia, is similar to the answer to the three leaders of the European Union. They offered the Kyiv authorities to negotiate with Moscow. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will do as he is told in London and Washington, said Russian Senator Alexei Pushkov. “Statement [премьер-министра Великобритании Бориса] Johnson seems like a response to the three EU leaders, who, according to some reports, proposed [президенту Украины Владимиру] Zelensky to negotiate with Moscow. There is an element of intra-Western polemic here. And Zelensky, of course, will do as London and Washington tell him,” Pushkov wrote on his telegram channel. He is sure that by doing so, Johnson enters into a dispute with the European Union. Johnson urged not to force Ukraine to make peace with the Russian Federation. According to him, it is important that Zelensky not be pressured into a “bad” peace deal. The information is transmitted by the Sputnik Near Abroad telegram channel. Earlier it was reported that Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas called calls for a truce or peace in Ukraine “premature”. According to the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, she showed her “bloodthirstiness.” Russia had previously launched a special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that her goal is to protect civilians in Donbass from genocide by nationalists. After the start of the special operation, Western countries stepped up military and financial assistance to Ukraine.

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