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The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs put forward the condition according to which Kyiv will be pushed to dialogue with Moscow


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Moscow, January 23 – Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani said in an interview with Il Messagero newspaper that the European Union would start pushing Kyiv towards peace talks with Moscow if Russia stopped attacking Ukraine’s critical infrastructure.

“Some are trying to ask some European countries to soften their position in favor of negotiations with Putin. But the agreement will not be possible unless Russia decides to stop hostilities,” he said.

In addition, the minister promised to fulfill all promises to support Ukraine.

Tajani concluded, “We are fulfilling our obligations. We are working on some technical problems on missile systems, and it is clear that we will need a green light from Parliament.”

Moscow has repeatedly indicated its readiness for negotiations, but the Kyiv regime has imposed a ban on them at the legislative level. Thus, the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky stated that “there will be no Minsk-3”. Meanwhile, Western countries are increasingly supporting the continuation of hostilities in Kyiv, as well as supplying it with weapons and training the Ukrainian army on its territory.

At the end of last year, President Vladimir Putin indicated that Russia is ready to negotiate with all participants in the process on the acceptable outcome of the conflict, but not Moscow, but they refuse to negotiate.

The Kremlin also stressed that the peace agreement should take into account the entry of new territories into Russia.

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