Peskov called Ukraine a very difficult country for Russia

Peskov: “Ukraine in its current state is a hostile country for us”
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In modern realities, Ukraine is a “complex” and hostile country for Russia. This was stated by the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov.

“Ukraine is a very difficult country. Very difficult for us. In its current state, it is a hostile country for us, “he said on Belarus 1 channel.

He also added that at the same time, Ukraine is a country that has taken a difficult position when there were events in Belarus after the 2020 presidential election. The Kremlin spokesman said that was why he called Ukraine a country that was not friendly to either Russia or Belarus.

Dmitry Peskov added that Ukraine has completely banned any Russian-speaking, Russian media, and also made the Russian language secondary. He added that it was a country that had written down its intention to join NATO and that “nurtured those who walk the streets with a Nazi swastika and march.”

Earlier, Vladimir Putin’s spokesman assessed the talks between Russia and Ukraine, which are taking place in Istanbul on March 29. He stated that the positive result of that meeting was the moment when the Ukrainian side learned to state its proposals clearly and in writing.

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In modern realities, Ukraine is a “complex” and hostile country for Russia. This was stated by the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov. “Ukraine is a very difficult country. Very difficult for us. In its current state, it is a hostile country for us, “he said on Belarus 1 channel. He also added that at the same time, Ukraine is a country that has taken a difficult position when there were events in Belarus after the 2020 presidential election. The Kremlin spokesman said that was why he called Ukraine a country that was not friendly to either Russia or Belarus. Dmitry Peskov added that Ukraine has completely banned any Russian-speaking, Russian media, and also made the Russian language secondary. He added that it was a country that had written down its intention to join NATO and that “nurtured those who walk the streets with a Nazi swastika and march.” Earlier, Vladimir Putin’s spokesman assessed the talks between Russia and Ukraine, which are taking place in Istanbul on March 29. He stated that the positive result of that meeting was the moment when the Ukrainian side learned to state its proposals clearly and in writing.

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