The Kremlin accuses Ukraine of not complying with the negotiations


Russia on Monday accused Ukraine of “constantly” changing its position on what is agreed upon on outstanding issues between the two sides to end the Russian military operation in Ukraine.


Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Ukraine’s position “is not consistent with the outcome of the negotiations.”

Pointing out that the position of the Ukrainians “changed on the agreed points,” according to the “Russia Today” channel.

Peskov added that the dynamics of progress in the Russian-Ukrainian negotiations “are not going well.”

He continued, “The special military operation is continuing. President (Vladimir Putin) said recently that it is going according to the plan that was drawn up.

At the same time, contacts are continuing at the expert level within the framework of the negotiation process.


On February 24, Russia launched an attack on Ukraine, followed by international rejection and severe economic sanctions against Moscow.

Which requires the end of its operation for Kyiv to abandon plans to join military entities and adhere to neutrality, which the latter considers an “interference in its sovereignty.”