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Talks are in progress in Istanbul about Russia-Ukraine war; Biden says Putin can’t remain in power

By wasmulhaq 
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Currently, talks are underway between Russia and Ukraine in the Turkish city, Istanbul, in the wake of the ongoing war between the two nations. Discussion has been in progress on all the contentious issues. The 34th day of the war has arrived. But it would be a daunting task to pacify the Russian president, Vladimir Putin.

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“The minimum programme will be humanitarian questions, and the maximum programme is reaching an agreement on a ceasefire,” Ukrainian foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba said. “We are not trading people, land, or sovereignty,” he added.

Recent Military Developments

  • A senior Ukrainian official said at least 5,000 people have died in the besieged city of Mariupol since the invasion began.
  • Meanwhile, Ukrainian forces have “liberated” the Kyiv suburb of Irpin, the country’s interior minister said.
  • Russian attacks near Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, have cut power to more than 80,000 homes, officials said.
  • The Russian invasion that began on February 24 has resulted in the mass departure of more than 3.5 million people from Ukraine to other nations. Several civilians, including children, and many more soldiers (from both sides) have lost their lives in the war.

 

Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said that Russia has made it clear that it will only use nuclear weapons when there is a “threat to the existence of the state.”

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He further said, “We have a security concept that very clearly states that when there is a threat to the existence of the state, we can and will actually use nuclear weapons to eliminate the threat to the existence of our country.”

Days after Russian troops invaded Ukraine, Russian President Putin announced on February 28 that he had put the country’s strategic nuclear forces on high alert, triggering a global alarm.

In the interview on Monday, Dmitry Peskov, the press secretary for the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, said that any outcome of Russia’s “operation” in Ukraine would not be a reason for the use of nuclear weapons.

Putin cannot remain in power:Biden

Meanwhile, on US President Joe Biden’s verdict that “Putin cannot remain in power” remark, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said it was a cause for “alarm”.

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For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power, “Biden said on Saturday at the end of a speech to a crowd in Warsaw.

Dmitry Peskov said on Monday, “This is a statement that is certainly alarming. We will continue to track the statements of the US president in the most attentive way. ”

Russian troops march

  • Ukraine’s armed forces have revealed that Russian troops are consistently trying to target fuel depots. They are terrorising the civilians by taking them hostage.
  • The Russian invasion has forced a huge number of Ukrainians to leave the country and seek asylum in neighbouring nations. During this process, a large number of civilians, army men, and children lost their lives.

The talks between Russia and Ukraine are a positive sign towards ending the war. But is it possible to convince Putin to sign the peace treaty? It is difficult, but not impossible.

 

 

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