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Podoliak claims that Russia could carry out an offensive in Poland, the Baltic states and Kazakhstan

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Mikhailo Podoliak, adviser to the Presidency of Ukraine


Mikhailo Podoliak, adviser to the Presidency of Ukraine – -/Ukrainian Presidency/dpa

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MADRID, March 26. (Royals Blue) –

Ukraine’s chief negotiator in the peace talks with Russia, and adviser to the Ukrainian Presidency, Mikhailo Podoliak, has stated that Russia could carry out a large-scale offensive in Poland, the Baltic states and Kazakhstan as part of an operation “global” military demilitarization and denazification.

“This was stated by the Russian Prime Minister, Savostyanov. It is only the beginning. Russia frankly promises that there will be a lot of European blood,” Podoliak announced on his official Twitter profile, without the Russian authorities having spoken at the moment.

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Within the framework of the peace negotiations, the advisor to the Ukrainian Presidency explained this Friday that kyiv is talking separately with the NATO countries about granting security guarantees to protect themselves from Russia instead of insisting on their incorporation. to the Atlantic Alliance as a full member.

The main Ukrainian negotiator has confirmed to the US network ABC that the Ukrainian government is negotiating an additional route away from “amorphous structures related to the United Nations, the OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) or NATO”.

Regarding the general state of the negotiations with Russia, Podoliak confirmed that the talks “are absolutely true”, in particular since, as the Turkish government, which is acting as mediator in the dialogue, anticipated a few weeks ago, both parties began to focus on specific aspects of a possible peace process.

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However, the Ukrainian negotiator has acknowledged that right now both parties are still far from a point of agreement and that the dialogue could last “months”. “We have several drafts that collect the initial positions but right now there is no agreed project,” he declared.

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