Russia said no agreement with Paris in the current situation

Russia said no agreement with Paris in the current situation

On Monday, French President Emmanuel Macron and Russian President Vladimir Putin met in Moscow. Following that, media reports claimed that the two countries had reached an agreement to de-escalate tensions in Ukraine, but Russian spokesman Dmitry Peskov has now denied all such claims. Currently, no agreement has been reached between Moscow and Paris, according to Peskov. Although France is a member of NATO, it does not lead it.

Military deployment in Ukraine has always been intended to be temporary.

The French side was asked to eliminate the possibility of war in a meeting with Putin on Monday. Russia has stated that our concerns should be addressed first.

The French side was asked to eliminate the possibility of war in a meeting with Putin on Monday. Russia has stated that our concerns should be addressed first.

Russian officials reportedly promised Macron that the Russian army would leave Belarus soon, according to French officials. In the near future, Ukraine will not conduct any new military exercises near the border. Peskov responded by saying that the military deployment in Ukraine’s purpose was always speculative, but that he couldn’t say when it would end. The Russian spokesman also refused to comment on the new manoeuvre.

The tensions in Ukraine will not be resolved in a few hours of talks.

In the midst of escalating tensions between Ukraine and Russia, French President Emmanuel Macron met with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Kiev on Tuesday.

Macron met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kiev on Tuesday after meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Macron said at the time that the tensions in which we are engulfed should not be underestimated. This crisis will not be resolved in a few hours of talks, in my opinion.

Ukraine stated that any agreement must include Russia’s withdrawal from Crimea.

After the Soviet Union fell apart in 1991, Ukraine declared independence. Russia annexed Ukraine-controlled Crimea in 2014. Relations between the two countries have deteriorated since then.

After an 8-hour meeting in Paris two weeks ago, Russia and Ukraine agreed to a cease-fire. These two countries will meet in Berlin in the near future. To this, Volodymyr Zelensky responded, “We look forward to the meeting in Berlin, but Russia has given no indication that it is ready to withdraw its annexation of Crimea.” The withdrawal of Russia is a requirement for any agreement.

Dmitro Kuleba, Ukraine’s foreign minister, said on Tuesday that his country would not accept any agreement in talks with Russia that violated its sovereignty. We will not, under any circumstances, cross this red line.

Proposal to create a buffer zone in Ukraine

France also made a one-of-a-kind proposal to de-escalate tensions in Eastern Europe. According to France, Ukraine can be kept in the same status as Finland, which existed as a buffer state between the Soviet Union and NATO during the Cold War without joining any group.