There is no possibility of a peace plan to end the conflict in Ukraine: Putin

There is no possibility of a peace plan to end the conflict in Ukraine: Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that there is no possibility of a peace plan to end the conflict in Ukraine. A joint peace plan for 2015, agreed by France, Germany and Kiev, could resolve Ukraine’s separatist conflict; He does not see any such possibility.

“We understand that there is no possibility of implementing the 2015 Minsk Peace Accords,” said President Vladimir Putin, who attended a meeting of Russia’s Security Council. The agreement marks the end of fighting between Ukraine’s military and pro-Moscow rebels in the country’s east.

Moscow has deployed a large number of troops on the Ukrainian border. U.S. intelligence says Russia has deployed more than 1.5 million troops along the Ukrainian border; These troops are ready to invade Ukraine. 

Meanwhile, the Russian military said on Monday that five infiltrators had been killed in the Rostov region of the Russian border near rebel-held Ukrainian territory. 

Moscow on Monday claimed that a Russian military base on the border had been destroyed by shelling fired from Ukraine on Monday amid intense Western concern over the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine. However, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba rejected Russia’s claim. He says the Kremlin is paving the way for aggression in Ukraine. 

In a statement on social media Twitter, the Ukrainian foreign minister said Ukraine had not attacked Donetsk or Lugansk. Russia has not sent any subversive or military armored vehicles to the border area to infiltrate the territory, to fire on the border or to carry out sabotage.

“Ukraine has not planned any such action,” he said. Russia should stop producing fake information now.

Russia has deployed more than 1.5 million troops along the Ukrainian border in recent weeks. The Western world has expressed grave concern that Russia could launch an attack on Ukraine at any moment, saying an unprecedented embargo would be imposed on Russia if it invaded Ukraine.

Russia has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning Russia’s intelligence have been made more than once. Western leaders have said they are prepared to deal with any situation in the face of impending Russian aggression in Ukraine.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has said that US President Joe Biden has agreed to hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin at any stage to end the crisis.

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