Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has reportedly warned European leaders that his life is in danger.
At a telecommunications meeting last night, the 44-year-old Ukrainian leader told leaders, “It may be the last time you see me alive,” a reporter for the Israeli media Wala News reported.
Earlier, an adviser to the Ukrainian president warned that he would like to assassinate Mr Zhelensky if Russia seizes control of the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.
Analysts explain that the Kremlin’s main plan is to establish a puppet government in Ukraine, which will ensure that it acts in Russia’s interests.
Russian news network Rhea Novosti previously reported that Ukrainian President Vladimir Putin had been invited for talks.
“I would like to appeal to the President of the Russian Federation: Let’s sit at the negotiating table We need to stop the death of people“According to the Guardian, the Ukrainian president said in a video taped to the Telegram.
Earlier, during a press conference, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov insisted Russia will negotiate if the Ukrainians lay down their arms. “We do not see the possibility of being recognized as a democratic government that oppresses its people and uses genocidal methods,” Lavrov said.
Some time ago, Vladimir Putin chose to address the Ukrainian military directly. He called on the “Nazi battalions” to force them to surrender, as he had called them. “Do not allow your children to be used as a shield,” he said.
“I would like to address the Ukrainian military. Do not allow these nationalists to use you, your wives, your children and your elders as human shieldsHe said, among other things.
“It would be much easier for me to talk to you and negotiate with you than this Nazi mob that captured Kiev.He added.
At the same time, he praised the “performance of the Russian Armed Forces, acting honestly and heroically.” The Russian president described it as “effective and efficient in protecting the Russian people and their homeland.”
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