Podolyak believes there is no diplomatic way to end Russia’s war against Ukraine. He referred to a statement by Orban, who “saw the lack of Putin.”
Currently there is no way to exert diplomatic influence on Russia to end the war in Ukraine. Adviser to the Head of the Presidential Office Mikhail Podolyak announced this on Saturday, October 21, in a telethon.
He recalled an episode from a meeting in China, in which the president of the aggressor country took part.
“In Beijing, the leader of Hungary, Mr. Orban, met with the Putins, who came out and said that, in principle, he does not see any possibility to resolve this conflict diplomatically. The person continued to say that we have to sit down at the negotiating table – even if he saw the lack of Putin, because there are no diplomatic paths here,” said Podolyak.
At the same time, he placed some hopes on the third summit about the Ukrainian Formula of Peace with the countries of the Global South, which will be held in Malta. According to Podolyak, it is necessary to explain to these countries as clearly as possible that the main source of growing instability and chaos in the world is the Russian Federation. And from the point of view of the medium-term strategy, an attempt to reach an agreement with Russia “leads to amazing chaos, which we see in different regions.”
“As long as this war lasts, and Ukraine does not agree to give anything to the Russian Federation, because it would mean the death of the important state of Ukraine, then there will be more and more excesses, incidents, conflicts , protest, provocation, and in some At this point, it will finally destroy the system of international agreements in which the countries of the Global South are interested,” he added.
Let’s remember that the summit in Malta, which will take place on October 28 and 29, should be a continuation of the work that has already taken place in Copenhagen and Jeddah.
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