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The war in Ukraine.  Financial Times: Russia ends Ukraine's "de-Nazification"

The war in Ukraine. Financial Times: Russia ends Ukraine’s “de-Nazification”

Moscow and Kiev representatives are scheduled to talk about the cessation of hostilities at Tuesday’s negotiations in TurkeyThe newspaper’s sources say that the draft documents are not intended to contain Russia’s three main demands: “de-Nazification”, “disarmament” and legal protection of the Russian language in Ukraine.

There was some relief in the markets regarding these reports, such as This may be the first sign of progress in the peace talksBut when it comes to the possibility of meeting the chiefs Russian President Vladimir Putin And the Volodymyr Zelensky It is the Kremlin that claims that there is no progress here.

Recently, the head of Russian diplomacy, Sergey Lavrov, said that there is anything A meeting between Putin and Zelensky to exchange views will now backfire.

According to the United States Putin doesn’t seem ready to make concessionsUkrainian politicians are also playing down the chances of a major breakthrough in the talks.

Live coverage of events in Ukraine

The war in Ukraine has been going on for 33 days. On February 24, Russian troops entered Ukraine under the pretext of “guaranteeing peace” in the previously recognized republics of Donetsk and Luhansk by the Kremlin.

According to the Ukrainian army, Russia would have lost about 17,000 since the beginning of the conflict. Soldier and more than 500 tanks. In addition, the Russian army also lost 1,694 armored vehicles, 95 multiple launchers, 54 anti-aircraft systems, 1,150 vehicles, 7 ships, 73 fuel tanks, 66 unmanned aerial vehicles and four short-range ballistic missile systems.

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