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Ready to find a solution by “talking” without weapons Vladimir PutinKremlin spokesman Dmitry Peshkov told CNN in a statement.

In particular, Mr. Peshkov pointed out that “the Russian president is ready to negotiate,” adding that “Mr. Putin has always demanded talks and diplomacy.” “In fact, he initiated security guarantees for the Russian Federation.”

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“Ukraine is only part of the problem, part of the bigger problem of security guarantees for Russia, and of course President Putin is ready for talks,” Dmitry Peshkov told CNN.

Lavrov for Putin: Agreement with the West on Ukraine is likely

In fact, on Monday night, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, in his meeting with Vladimir Putin, opened the “window” for reaching an agreement.

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In his presentation, Lavrov outlined his ministry’s views on US and NATO responses to Russia’s proposals for security guarantees. Russia has the potential to reach an agreement on key issues.

“There is still hope for a diplomatic solution – the Russian invasion will have global repercussions,” Johnson-Biden said.

Joe Biden and Boris Johnson followed the same wavelength in maintaining their concerns during a telephone conversation about the Ukrainian crisis.

In their communications, Biden and Johnson insisted that the “critical window” for a diplomatic solution remained open, according to a Downing Street report.

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“Prime Minister and President Biden briefed each other on recent talks with other leaders,” the statement said, stressing that the Russian invasion of Ukraine could lead to a protracted crisis with consequences for Russia and around the world.

Zhelensky speech: I was informed that Russia would attack us on Wednesday

On the contrary, in his speech to the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zhelensky He said he had received information that Russia would launch an attack on his country on Wednesday.

In his speech, the President of Ukraine said that the national anthem will be played in the country, on this day, from morning till night, while the national flag will be hung on the main buildings.

On Wednesday, President Zhelensky said, “We will raise flags, wear blue and yellow ribbons and show our unity to the world.”

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