Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said during a 90-minute video speech to Russian journalists that his country is willing to consider adopting a neutral status as part of a peace accord with Russia. Any deal would have to be backed up by third parties and put to a vote in a referendum.

“Our state’s security guarantees and neutrality, as well as its non-nuclear status.” We’re ready to take on the challenge. “This is the most crucial element,” Zelenskyy declared.

In the meantime, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has sought to clarify President Joe Biden’s remarks that Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot remain in office.”

“As you know, and as you have heard us say repeatedly, we do not have a plan of regime change in Russia — or anywhere else, for that matter,” Blinken said in Israel. After a three-day trip to Europe, Biden returned to the White House early Sunday.

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine has stated that his country is willing to discuss adopting a neutral status as part of a peace accord with Russia, albeit such an agreement would need to be guaranteed by third parties and put to a referendum. “Our state’s security guarantees and neutrality, as well as its non-nuclear status.” We’re ready to take on the challenge. In a 90-minute video speech to Russian journalists, Zelenskyy remarked, “This is the most crucial thing.”

While his government is addressing the use of Russian in Ukraine in its talks with Russia, Zelenskyy stated that other Russian requests, such as demilitarization, are not currently on the table. He said that during the invasion, Russian-speaking cities in Ukraine were destroyed.

Previous articleElon Musk Giving ‘Serious Thought’ to Build a New Social Media
Next articleOscars 2022: Full List of Winners