President Vladimir Putin of Russia has said that there is no progress in the peace talk between his country and Ukraine.
According to the Russian leader, peace talks with Ukraine have hit “a dead end,” because the agreement failed to include the issues of regulating relations over Crimea, Sevastopol and Donbas.
“Now, security requirements are one thing, and the issues of regulating relations over Crimea, Sevastopol and Donbas are taken out of the scope of these agreements,” he said.
Putin vowed that the war in Ukraine will “will not stop” until Moscow succeeds, insisting that reports of war crimes in Bucha, being spread by the West was “fake”.
He compared the alleged “fake” reports to the allegations of use of chemical weapons in Syria by the Assad regime.
“That is, we have again returned to a dead-end situation for ourselves and for all of us,” he added, speaking alongside his Belarusian counterpart, Alexander Lukashenko at a news conference.
“There were provocations in Syria, when the use of chemical weapons by the Assad government was planted. Then it turned out that it was fake, the same fake is in Bucha,” he said.