May 29, 2022

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Russia-Ukraine war: So what does Putin not agree with? Zhelensky said – talks with Russia are very difficult – Putin is talking about creating a war of conflict with Russia after Ukrainian President Zhelensky’s offer.

Highlights of the story

  • The struggle has been going on for the last 28 days
  • Zelensky said – Russia’s approach is wrong

Russia-Ukraine war: The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for almost a month. This time Ukraine faced great devastation. Cities in Ukraine were destroyed. Many lost their lives. Thousands of people were left homeless. The issue, which has been the subject of repeated talks between the two countries, has not been resolved. Recently, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky proposed to hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin. But Zhelensky said talks with Russia were too difficult because there was no positive response.

“We urge Russia for peace to end this war,” Zhelensky said in Kiev. Ukrainian representatives are engaged in talks. But it seems so hard. Because Russia sometimes talks about creating conflicts. But we are moving forward without giving up.

Zhelensky said there will be three important summits this week. This includes the G-7, NATO and the European Union. He said he hoped sanctions would be imposed on Russia and relief would be provided. He further said that if possible we will continue the struggle till the end.

Zhelensky said people like Mariupol live in inhumane conditions. There is full closure. 100,000 people are trapped. No food, no water, no medicine. Shell attacks continue. The blast continues. Yet they speak contradictorily.

Mariupol said for more than a week we have been trying to organize a sustainable human path for the people. All our efforts have been undermined by the Russian military and Russian supporters.