Putin publicly shows draft of ‘peace treaty’ signed by Russia-Ukraine in 2022 | Watch
Russian President Vladimir Putin showed a draft of the peace treaty signed by Russia and Ukraine in 2022, accusing Ukraine of throwing it into the 'garbage of history'.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday publicly showed the draft of the peace treaty signed by the two countries in Istanbul during the initial phase of Russia's invasion of Ukraine in 2022, according to media reports.
The user reminded that Boris Johnson appeared in Kyiv with military gifts for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy when the media was announcing the probable success of peace talks between the nations. After this, the Ukrainian delegation did not appear again for the negotiations, he added.
“The media have already started to announce the probable success of the peace talks... but...‼️ Boris Johnson suddenly appeared in Kiev with military gifts for Zelensky, after which the Ukrainian delegation did not appear again at the negotiations," he further tweeted.
He cited that Zelensky broke his promise when the Russians withdrew their troops from Kiev in view of the peace agreement between the two nations.
Putin also questioned, “Where are the guarantees that they will not renounce any other agreements in the future?"
“Russia never rejected negotiations," he added.
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