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MOSCOW: President Vladimir Putin is open to talks about possible reconciliation in Ukraine, but Russia’s refusal to recognize US annexed territories hinders investigation into potential compromise The Kremlin said on Friday (December 2).

US President Joe Biden said on Thursday: he was ready to talk to putin What if the Kremlin chief was looking for a way to end the war, and Putin had not yet shown it.

“The president of the Russian Federation always leaves room for negotiation to secure our interests,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters when asked about Biden’s remarks. said.

“The most desirable way to achieve our interests is through peaceful and diplomatic means,” Peskov said. “Putin has been and has been open to contact and negotiations.”

Putin said he did not regret launching what he called Russia’s “special military operation” against Ukraine, saying that after decades of humiliation since the collapse of 1991, Russia The Soviet Union cast war as a watershed moment when it finally confronted the arrogant Western hegemony.

Ukraine and the West argue that Putin cannot justify what he calls an imperial-style war of occupation. Ukraine says it will fight until the last Russian soldier is driven from its territory. Putin is open to negotiations on Ukraine, Kremlin says

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