War in Ukraine – Moscow can’t stop war even if Kiev abandons NATO membership, former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev says: “Russia’s core interests are threatened”

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, now deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, said Russia would not stop its military campaign in Ukraine even if Kyiv abandons NATO membership.

Dmitry MedvedevClose to the Russian President Vladimir PutinI mentioned that Russia Ukraine was ready to negotiate with the president Volodymyr ZelenskyUnder certain conditions.

“It’s important now (What Kiev) “Abandoning the Atlantic alliance, but that will not be enough to keep the peace”Dmitry Medvedev said in an interview LCI This Friday night.

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“Zelensky represents Ukraine.”
For the first time, the Russian known as a “hawk” will again consider a negotiation “under conditions”.

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The former Russian president has said that Russia will continue its military action until it achieves its goals. “Russia’s vital interests are already under threat. That is why the special military operation is underway. It is aimed at securing the Donbass, demilitarizing the Ukrainian armed forces and destroying Ukrainian territory.”

Russia and Ukraine held talks after talks began‘Invasion RusseBut they have been interrupted and it is impossible to resume them.

(speeches) It depends on how the situation develops. We were already ready to meet (Volodymyr Zelensky)Dmitry Medvedev said.

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