It will be possible to draw up a plan for the peaceful settlement of the conflict only after Ukraine fulfill all the requirements of the Russian side. This was stated by the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskovaccording to Interfax.
Asked by a journalist if the Kremlin is familiar with the 15-point “peace plan” proposed by the National Interest, Peskov replied: “As for the peace plan, yes, it is possible after Ukraine fulfills all the requirements of the Russian side.” He added that the Kremlin is not familiar with the specific plan in the American edition.
At the same time, the official representative of the Kremlin did not specify what kind of requirements he was talking about, noting that “Ukraine knows everything very well.”
Since February 24, Ukraine has been special operation of the Russian army, the purpose of which is declared the demilitarization and denazification of the country. As the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation previously stated, the operation could be terminated at any time if Kyiv complies with Moscow’s demands: neutral and non-bloc status, recognition of Crimea as Russian, as well as the sovereignty of the DPR and LPR.
The most recent round of Russian-Ukrainian talks took place on March 29 in Istanbul. Head of the Russian delegation, presidential aide Vladimir Medinsky said that they were constructive, but after that the parties no longer met, and Peskov reported that dialogue frozen due to Kyiv.