Russia will have to reconsider agreements with Ukraine because of Bucha. Political scientist’s statement

At the talks in Istanbul, Ukraine was ready to meet Russia
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Russia may reconsider its contractual positions after the provocation in Bucha. Nikita Danyuk, the first deputy director of the PFUR Institute for Strategic Studies and Forecasts, made this assumption.

“The situation is changing both globally and locally. Locally, we see a provocation in Bucha, globally – the West again wants a new sanctions war and a refusal to import Russian energy. This may be a reason to reconsider our contractual positions, “Ridus quoted Danyuk as saying.

According to him, after the talks between the delegations of Ukraine and Russia in Istanbul, there was a shift, Kyiv showed readiness to meet Moscow. But then Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky “disavowed these agreements,” said a political scientist.

Political scientist Pavel Danilin said that the talks in Istanbul were important, but were only the first step towards concluding an agreement that would suit Russia. “The first contour of the readiness of the Ukrainian side. But only the first And here, of course, everything depends on our soldiers and our victories, “he said.

Russia launched a special operation in Ukraine in late February. Against this background, the delegations of the countries repeatedly held talks to discuss the situation, but so far the parties have not reached an agreement. Negotiations took place in Istanbul at the end of March. The head of the Russian delegation, Presidential Aide Vladimir Medinsky, said that Ukraine had expressed readiness to renounce nuclear weapons and join NATO.

Last week, videos of corpses in the city of Bucha appeared in the media, accusing the Russian military of “mass murder” in Ukraine. The Russian Defense Ministry called these statements fake. The Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN Vasily Nebenzya provided videos as evidence that contradicted the statements of the Ukrainian authorities.

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Russia may reconsider its contractual positions after the provocation in Bucha. Nikita Danyuk, the first deputy director of the PFUR Institute for Strategic Studies and Forecasts, made this assumption. “The situation is changing both globally and locally. Locally, we see a provocation in Bucha, globally – the West again wants a new sanctions war and a refusal to import Russian energy. This may be a reason to reconsider our contractual positions, “Ridus quoted Danyuk as saying. According to him, after the talks between the delegations of Ukraine and Russia in Istanbul, there was a shift, Kyiv showed readiness to meet Moscow. But then Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky “disavowed these agreements,” said a political scientist. Political scientist Pavel Danilin said that the talks in Istanbul were important, but were only the first step towards concluding an agreement that would suit Russia. “The first contour of the readiness of the Ukrainian side. But only the first And here, of course, everything depends on our soldiers and our victories, “he said. Russia launched a special operation in Ukraine in late February. Against this background, the delegations of the countries repeatedly held talks to discuss the situation, but so far the parties have not reached an agreement. Negotiations took place in Istanbul at the end of March. The head of the Russian delegation, Presidential Aide Vladimir Medinsky, said that Ukraine had expressed readiness to renounce nuclear weapons and join NATO. Last week, videos of corpses in the city of Bucha appeared in the media, accusing the Russian military of “mass murder” in Ukraine. The Russian Defense Ministry called these statements fake. The Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN Vasily Nebenzya provided videos as evidence that contradicted the statements of the Ukrainian authorities.

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