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The Kremlin reacted to Erdogan’s “peace plan”.

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The documents from the negotiations in Istanbul can be “the basis for starting negotiations,” said Dmitry Peskov.

Russia is ready for negotiations with Ukraine. The basis for a peaceful settlement could be the “Istanbul agreements” made two years ago. Kremlin Speaker Dmitry Peskov said this at a briefing on Friday, April 12.

“Readiness for dialogue and negotiations was confirmed yesterday by the President (Vladimir Putin,” ed.). As a rule, negotiations rely on something. It is said that, in particular, one can rely on that document (Istanbul, – edit.), but since then there have been many changes, “said Peskov and mentioned the so-called “new entities” – the occupied territories of Ukraine.

According to him, “there are some new facts,” but “this can be the basis for starting negotiations.”

Peskov was then asked a clarifying question whether the new regions should be included in the future peace agreement.

“Would you like to discuss today the details of such a completely theoretical negotiation? So far the situation has not changed in any way, while there is a ban on the President of Ukraine to conduct any negotiations with the Russian Federation, so any questions about potentially the details are not appropriate now,” Peskov lied, because the ban on negotiations only concerned Putin’s person.

At the same time, when asked whether the Kremlin feels that the Ukrainian side is ready to negotiate with Russia, Peskov replied: “No, they don’t feel it.”

Let’s remember that Türkiye, through the mediation of President Recep Erdogan, is promoting the freezing of the war in Ukraine. In particular, the Turkish side developed and handed over a new “peace agreement” to Kyiv and Moscow. The project is apparently based on documents from the first negotiations in Istanbul.

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