Russian Government Signals Support for My Fifteen Point Peace Plan to End the War in Ukraine
Sputnik News article includes a link to my negotiated compromise peace proposal which would end the war with minimal Russian territorial gains but ensure Ukraine's permanent neutrality
From left to right Ukrainian President Zelensky, French President Macron and Russian President Putin meeting together in 2019
Here is my latest interview with Russian state media—Sputnik News. The major breaking news here is that for the first time ever, they linked their news article to my revised 15 point peace proposal which was published in The National Interest but which I modified in late June to be more favorable to Ukraine. I have included links to my Ukrainian peace proposals in many of my previous interview responses to them over the past few months and Sputnik News has always edited them out until now strongly suggesting that, if anything, the Russian government is more open to a compromise peace deal with Ukraine now than at any time since the war began. While many Western analysts continue to claim that Russian President Vladimir Putin is not interested in peace, the truth is that according to former German chancellor Gerhard Schroeder who remains friends with Putin, who remains very interested in negotiating a formal peace deal ending the war in Ukraine. It is Ukrainian President Zelensky who continues to refuse to negotiate peace with Russia until Russia withdraws all of its troops from Ukrainian territory to its pre-war positions, something Russia will never do.
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