Ukraine, Erdogan: “I have the impression that Putin wants to end the war” – Europe

Ukraine, Erdogan: “I have the impression that Putin wants to end the war” – Europe

In Uzbekistan, I met with President Putin and we had very in-depth discussions with him. This proves to me that it is Willing to end this situation as soon as possible. This was my impression, because the way things are developing now is somewhat problematic; 200 hostages will be exchanged after an agreement between the two parties. I think it will take an “important step forward”. So Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoganin an interview with American TV Pbs, was taken up by the Guardian adding that her goal “is” to “end this battle with peace”.

“Referendums in Donbass are of great importance not only for the systematic protection of the population of the Lugansk Republic, Donetsk and other liberated territories, but also for the restoration of historical justice.” Thus, the deputy head of the Russian Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, is pressing Telegram to hold referendums on annexation in the so-called pro-Russian separatist republics of Ukraine. “The invasion of the territory of Russia is a crime that allows the use of all self-defense forces”It is for this reason, Medvedev adds, that referendums “are very scary in Kyiv and in the West” and “must be held”.

On the other hand, the Ukrainian armed forces sank a ferry carrying Russian soldiers and equipment across the Dnieper River near Nova Kakhovka in the Kherson region. Kyiv Independent reports. The Ukrainian military said in a statement on Facebook: “Attempts to build a corridor did not withstand the fire of the Ukrainian forces and stopped”.

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