United Nations, December 27 – Commenting on the statements of Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba, Dmitry Polyansky, First Deputy Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, said that a “peace summit” without Russia’s participation in it is impossible.
Earlier, Kuleba said that the Ukrainian authorities would like to hold a “peace summit” by the end of February, preferably on the UN platform with the organization’s Secretary-General Antonio Guterres as a possible mediator. Guterres’ office indicated that it was ready to mediate only with the consent of all parties, including Russia.
Polyansky in his Telegram channel drew attention to these statements, and also noted that the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs “brought out a lengthy statement that Russia illegally became a member of the Security Council and the UN in general” and with a call to expel the Russian Federation from there. “This nonsense has already become a” signature number “for the permanent representative of the Kyiv regime at the UN, Mr. (Sergey) Kislitsa, and no one simply reacts to such tantrums at Security Council meetings,” he said. .
Polyansky stressed: “If you try to put these two stories together, they are mutually exclusive. What could the ‘Peace Summit’ be without Russia? It’s very easy to imagine it without Ukraine.”
And this, according to him, is a terrifying scenario “for the dog and the acid, forcing them to produce such initiatives,” which brings them closer to this scenario. “Diplomacy 404”, the First Deputy Representative concluded.
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