Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has warned that he and his government do not see that Russia has any interest in wanting to end the war, but which Russian President will negotiate peace, he asked.
Zelensky said the only positive thing so far is that parties have now started to discuss the unblocking of Azovstal steel plant by evacuating civilians.
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On Tuesday Zelensky said via video link at the World Economic Forum in Davos that the Russian Federation do not really understand the true extent of what is happening in Ukraine.
President Zelensky said, “Yes, I don’t see. I don’t see any interest. I don’t see things. The only positive thing is that the parties started talking about the unblocking of Azovstal and the evacuation of civilians.
“I don’t see any more steps,”
Speaking about Vladimir Putin Zelensky said that, “He lives in his own informational world, not realizing that Ukraine will not make concessions.
“This war for Ukraine is not against anyone, but for itself, for its land. He must live in reality, and his surrounding must help him get out of his informational unreality.”
Zelensky could have made a reference that his intelligence believes that Putin could be on his way out as he said after the active phase of the war there will be a peace process, but which Russian President will negotiate peace.
President Zelensky said, “After the military part, there will be a peace process, a negotiating table, there will be peace, the question is with which president of the Russian Federation Ukraine will negotiate peace.
“And it depends on the desire of the current president of Russia.”