Peace between Russia and Ukraine should be built on mutual understanding, said Olaf Scholz
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Berlin does not agree that there should be peace in Ukraine on Russia’s terms. This was stated by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, speaking at the election event of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD).

“For me, the world imposed on Ukraine is unacceptable,” Olaf Scholz was quoted as saying by the DPA agency, TASS reports. Peace between Russia and Ukraine is possible only on the terms of mutual understanding, he believes.

The politician also noted that Germany will continue to send military assistance to Kyiv and is committed to helping Ukraine, while preventing a conflict between Russia and NATO. The consequences of the current political situation will be felt “in 100 years,” Scholz concluded.

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a special operation on the territory of Ukraine on February 24. As the head of state stated, its main goals are denazification and demilitarization. Director of US National Intelligence Avril Haynes said that the United States does not believe in the success of the negotiations between Russia and Ukraine. Scholz and US President Joe Biden agreed on the fate of the Donbass republics. Political scientist Dmitry Solonnikov predicted that the special operation would end with the signing of agreements by the leadership of Russia and Ukraine.

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Berlin does not agree that there should be peace in Ukraine on Russia’s terms. This was stated by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, speaking at the election event of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD). “For me, the world imposed on Ukraine is unacceptable,” Olaf Scholz was quoted as saying by the DPA agency, TASS reports. Peace between Russia and Ukraine is possible only on the terms of mutual understanding, he believes. The politician also noted that Germany will continue to send military assistance to Kyiv and is committed to helping Ukraine, while preventing a conflict between Russia and NATO. The consequences of the current political situation will be felt “in 100 years,” Scholz concluded. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a special operation on the territory of Ukraine on February 24. As the head of state stated, its main goals are denazification and demilitarization. Director of US National Intelligence Avril Haynes said that the United States does not believe in the success of the negotiations between Russia and Ukraine. Scholz and US President Joe Biden agreed on the fate of the Donbass republics. Political scientist Dmitry Solonnikov predicted that the special operation would end with the signing of agreements by the leadership of Russia and Ukraine.

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