The Kremlin urged Kyiv to give guarantees to Ukraine because of the “hopelessness of the situation”
Peskov: only Ukraine can give itself security guarantees because of “no way out” Earlier, the office of the leader of Ukraine proposed recommendations for security guarantees on the way to NATO “(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
Only in Kyiv they can give security guarantees to Ukraine, this is due to the lack of prospects for the country's leadership, Dmitry Peskov, a representative of the Russian president, told reporters, RBC correspondent reports.
“Security guarantees Ukraine can only be given by the leadership of Ukraine, which will understand the hopelessness of the situation for it, — he said.
At the beginning of the week, on September 13, the office of the Ukrainian president published recommendations on security guarantees for the country. According to the text of the document, the United States, Great Britain, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Poland, France, Turkey and a number of other countries should become guarantors. The project provides for ensuring the security of Ukraine with the help of rapid reaction forces, foreign instructors, and naval missile defense systems.
At the same time, the document indicates: Ukraine needs guarantees before joining NATO, and integration into the alliance— sovereign decision of the state. Ukraine does not intend to limit the size of its armed forces or take on obligations of neutrality. “The task of guarantees” territorial integrity within internationally recognized borders»,— said in the project.
The guarantor countries will also have to maintain sanctions against Russia until the cessation of hostilities on the territory of Ukraine and “the receipt of guarantees from Moscow on non-aggression and until the full compensation of the damage suffered by Ukraine.” And any decision to lift restrictive measures should be discussed with Kyiv.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called the document “the first, but very important step.” “These recommendations should form the basis of a future security treaty,” — sure head of state. Zelensky called on the expert group to continue working and bring the project to completion.
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The Kremlin then pointed to Ukraine's continued aspirations for NATO, saying that thus remains “the main threat to our country.” “One of the reasons that made it necessary to conduct a special military operation remains and is becoming more relevant,” — stressed Peskov.
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