Moscow, May 29 – A source in the News Agency in Moscow, commenting on the words of the adviser to the head of Vladimir Zelensky’s office, Mikhail Podolak, who dreams of creating a demilitarized zone on the territory of the regions of the Russian Federation bordering on Ukraine, said that these statements of Ukrainian officials confirm their complete isolation from reality.
“Such statements by Ukrainian officials confirm their complete detachment from reality and their continuing aggressive ambitions,” he told the agency.
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Earlier, Podolyak wrote on Twitter about his dream of creating a demilitarized zone 100-120 kilometers wide with a foreign unit on the territory of the regions of the Russian Federation bordering Ukraine with Ukraine.
He wants to create such a region on the territory of the Belgorod, Bryansk, Kursk and Rostov regions. “It is presumably in the first phase with a mandatory international monitoring squad,” Podolyak added.
Earlier, the head of the Main Intelligence Service of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Kirill Budanov, said that Ukraine needs to create a security zone along the border with Russia from 1991, with a width of 40 to 100 kilometers.
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Zelensky said in December 2022 that the withdrawal of Russian forces to the 1991 borders was the only way to end the fighting in Ukraine. A source in the News Agency in Moscow, commenting on Zelensky’s words, indicated that if he wants to return to 1991, he should not talk about borders, but about a neutral, non-blockade situation, fraternal relations with Russia – everything that Kiev destroyed. And it led to a crisis.
Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine on February 24, 2022. Putin described his goal as “protecting people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kiev regime for eight years”. He pointed out that the special operation was a forced measure, leaving Russia no opportunity to do otherwise, as security risks arose such that it was impossible to respond by other means. According to him, Russia has been trying for 30 years to agree with NATO on the principles of security in Europe, but in response it has faced either deception and cynical lies, or attempts at pressure and blackmail, while the alliance, despite Moscow’s protests, is steadily expanding and approaching the borders of the Russian Federation.
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