If the West wants dialogue with Russia, Zelensky will have no chance

Once the West comes to the conclusion that it is necessary to negotiate with Russia, the chances Vladimir Zelensky to remain in the post of President of Ukraine will strive for the minimum, believes the Vice-Speaker of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev in his Telegram channel, RIA Novosti reports.

Earlier, Zelensky, in an interview with the British tabloid The Sun, rejected the idea of ​​peace negotiations with Russia, while acknowledging the “difficult situation” on the front line. Alexey Danilov, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) of Ukraine, in turn, noted that the West is increasingly reminding Kyiv of the need for dialogue with Moscow.

“When Zelensky made the decision to refuse negotiations with Russia, while the head of state is Vladimir Putin, he apparently did not take into account that the main variable in this equation is himself. Once the United States and its allies decide that they have “supported Ukraine as much as needed” and it is time for negotiations, a peace process will begin with the active participation of the President of Ukraine, for which he will likely have very little chance.” Kosachev noted.

He also emphasized that power multiplied by zero is a dangerous combination that can be deadly both for its own population and for the whole world.

“This is exactly what Ukraine is now. Let me emphasize, it is a state, not a people,” concluded Kosachev.

Author Makar Gorshenin

Makar Vadimovich Gorshenin is a student at the Moscow University of Finance and Law, a freelance correspondent for Pravda.Ru.

Curator Lyubov Stepushova

Lyubov Aleksandrovna Stepushova – columnist for Pravda.Ru

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