A few hours before the crucial fourth of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov with his Ukrainian counterpart Dmitry Kuleba in Antalya, Istanbul – which comes 15 days after the Russian invasion of Ukraine and this is the first meeting at such a high level officials of the two countries – a post from Israel comes to set “fire” in the negotiations for the future of Ukraine.
According to the Israeli newspaper Jerusalem Post (note that Israel has taken on the role of mediator), Russia has submitted a final proposal to Ukraine, which Volodymyr Zelensky is called upon to accept or reject, but in an extremely difficult position. .
The background of the negotiations
According to the Israeli newspaper, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett went to Moscow on Saturday not so much to make a proposal as to see how and what Vladimir Putin thinks in order to then inform the Western governments.
Citing people with knowledge of the talks, the Jerusalem Post says the proposal to Ukraine is “difficult” (meaning, accepted), but not “unlikely”.
But it is also worse than what Zelensky would have accepted before the invasion. In any case, the “gap between the two countries” is not big, the newspaper insists.
What will happen in case of rejection?
What will happen if Kyiv rejects the proposal? French President Emmanuel Macron had stated in his statements: “The worst will happen”. And this is said to be an order from the Russian president to “change the face of Ukraine” by relentless bombing.
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