December 3, 2022

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According to Moscow, Vladimir Putin is ready to meet Joe Biden in November

Russia’s foreign minister has said Moscow is ready to open talks on the war in Ukraine, denying US claims. However, Russia launched new bombings in Ukraine this week.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told Russian television on Tuesday that Moscow was ready to negotiate with the United States over the war in Ukraine, British news agencies reported. Reuters And the Russian toss.

So, if the US proposes a meeting between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit in Indonesia in November. Russia, she says to herself Willing to consider positive response.

“We have said many times that we will never refuse to organize meetings. If a proposal comes to us, we will consider it,” Sergey Lavrov said on Tuesday.

For Biden, “must see”

The US president also did not rule out such a meeting last week. “That remains to be seen,” he told reporters on Oct. 6 when asked about the possibility of speaking directly with the Russian president during the summit.

Russian Minister Also confirmed A “serious proposal” about negotiations on the war in Ukraine was never received. He also called false US claims that Russia refuses to negotiate.

In September, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, for example, opined that “diplomacy is the only way to bring a definitive end to Russia’s war of aggression.” “There is no indication that Russia would be willing to seriously pursue such diplomacy,” he said. NATO press conference.

Bombings in Kiev

Despite statements from the head of Russian diplomacy, Moscow carried out heavy and deadly bombings in Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities on Monday. The Russian Defense Ministry again claimed responsibility for Tuesday’s “massive attacks” against “military command and Ukraine’s energy system targets.”

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This is not the first time Russian officials have referred to “negotiations.” During his speech on the unification of the four Ukrainian regions, Vladimir Putin called for an “immediate end” to hostilities, a “war started by the Kyiv regime in 2014” and a “return to the negotiating table”. At the end of September. He noted that these negotiations could not be related to the annexed regions because they were no longer considered Russian.

Volodymyr Zelensky responded a few hours later with a video where he said “Ukraine will not negotiate with Russia as long as Putin is the president of the Russian Federation. We will negotiate with the new president.”