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Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Kuleba denies rumours of pressure from some partners to make concessions in the talks

Friday, 1 April 2022, 14:30

Ukrainska Pravda — Friday, 1 April 2022, 14:30

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba denied rumours that some Western partners are pressuring Kyiv to make concessions to Russia to stop the war.

He stated this at a press conference in Poland, reports Evropeyskaya Pravda.


The reporter who asked the relevant questions specifically mentioned Germany and France.

"Even before the war, it was inappropriate to say that Ukraine could be pressured - we have proved in a number of situations that Ukraine will not give in to any pressure, we can only talk on equal terms and cannot be looked down upon. After 36 days of war, I assure you that no one in Europe or overseas would dare to put pressure on President Zelenskyy or Ukraine for any reason," - said Kuleba.

He added that all of these countries are actively helping Ukraine, and that there was no pressure from their side.

The Minister also named the key condition for the potential deployment of any peacekeeping missions to Ukraine, stressing that such a mission must not under any circumstances freeze the conflict.