President Volodymyr Zelensky said that pressure on Ukraine with a proposal to start peace talks with the Russian Federation does not make sense.
Zelensky on Thursday at a press conference in Kiev after talks with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
“The pressure on us was greater before the war. And after the invasion began, everyone understands that Russia is not a state, but a terrorist organization that came to kill and seize territories. Everyone understood that there was a question of destroying Ukraine and everything Ukrainian.”
According to him, “it is impossible to put pressure on us.” “Does anyone want to? Yes. But these people speak out loud less, and that’s great, they understand more with whom they used to have a dialogue,” Zelensky said.
He stressed that Russia’s goal is to seize the territory of Ukraine. “The topic of historical borders is being raised again. This indicates that they want to seize and are looking for justification for these seizures,” the president said.
“There is no point in putting pressure on Ukraine. Because otherwise Russia will come to Europe to put pressure on Europe.”