Zelenskyy reiterated that Ukraine is ready to accept a neutral and non-nuclear status

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in an interview with independent Russian journalists on Sunday that Ukraine is ready to accept a neutral and non-nuclear status.

“The security guarantees and the neutral and non-nuclear status of our state. We are ready to accept that. That’s the most important point,” Zelenski said, as reported by CNN.

He emphasized that “any agreement would have to be presented to the Ukrainian people in a referendum”.

Zelenskyy reiterated that Ukraine is ready to accept a neutral and non-nuclear status
Zelenskyy reiterated that Ukraine is ready to accept a neutral and non-nuclear status

In his daily address to the nation, Zelenskyy mentioned “the destruction” of freedom of expression in Russia, and referring to the interview with independent journalists, he pointed out that Russia “is afraid of a relatively short conversation with several journalists, and Ukraine does it good,” said the Ukrainian president’s website.

“A new round of negotiations awaits us, because we are looking for peace. Really. Without delay. As I was informed, there is a possibility and a need for a personal meeting in Turkey,” emphasized Zelenskyy.

Therefore, he reiterated that Ukraine’s priorities in the negotiations are the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and effective security guarantees. “Our goal is clear: peace and the restoration of normal life in our home state as soon as possible,” he said.

“Today I supported the World Marathon for Peace in Ukraine. Not only on TV. In dozens of cities around the world, people gathered in support of our state, in support of freedom. It’s a pleasure,” stressed the mandatary.

He has also assured that he will continue to “appeal to the parliaments of other countries”.

He also sent a message to the Ukrainian Armed Forces: “I never tire of saying thank you. Each of our defenders. To everyone who is fighting for our future, for our children, for our people,” the President said.

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