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Two years after the peace treaty, Russia may return, - Zelenskyy

The President does not believe in Russia's security guarantees.

Two years after the peace treaty, Russia may return, - Zelenskyy

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy does not believe in Russia's security guarantees in case the peace treaty is signed. He believes that Moscow may return to aggression two years after such a treaty. He said this in an interview with Ukrainian journalists, RBK-Ukraine informs.

"We understand that even if we sign the most powerful treaty with you, we understand that Russia can return in two years. We just understand this, and if we accept it, we act in an appropriate way," Zelenskyy said.

According to him, the Ukrainian delegation informed the Russian party that Ukraine did not believe in Russian guarantees and would continue creating a state that will be able to defend itself.

Please be reminded that the sixth round of negotiations between the Ukrainian and Russian delegations took place on March 29 in Turkey. The concept of concluding the peace treaty was discussed at the meeting. The Ukrainian party insisted that the countries which were members of the UN Security Council, including Turkey and the United States, should be guarantors and sign the peace treaty. According to David Arahamiya, the deputy, Russia has agreed to all of Ukraine's proposals, except for Crimea. The Ukrainian party proposed that the status of Crimea should be be resolved through bilateral negotiations for no longer than 15 years. The option of a military solution was excluded.

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