BREAKING: Putin told the Russians when there will be peace in Ukraine

Written by Henrik Rothen

Dec.14 - 2023 10:48 AM CET

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Putin told the Russians when there will be peace in Ukraine.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is currently addressing the Russian population in a long-planned press conference that began at 12:00 PM local time in Moscow. The event, which Dagens.com is monitoring via a TV link, combines a speech to the nation and a live Q&A session with the Russian President.

Early in his address, Putin stated, "The existence of Russia without sovereignty is impossible," emphasizing the importance of national sovereignty in his administration's policy.

Additionally, Putin touched upon the 'Special Military Operation' in Ukraine, making a notable admission. He expressed surprise at the amount of weaponry Ukraine had received, stating that this was not part of the original plan.

Furthermore, Putin mentioned significant military developments, revealing that 486,000 new soldiers had been recruited into the Russian military. Consequently, it appears unlikely that a second mobilization will occur.

When Will Peace Come to Ukraine?

A Russian journalist posed a critical question to Putin during the conference: "When will there be peace in Ukraine?" Putin's response was clear and direct.

"Peace in Ukraine will come after Russia fulfills the goals of the special operation," declared Putin during the Direct Line. He outlined the objectives as "denazification, demilitarization, and ensuring a neutral status" for Ukraine.

Putin's statement clearly indicates that his stance on the war in Ukraine remains unchanged, and there are no immediate signs of the conflict ending in the near future. This position underscores the ongoing challenges in resolving the crisis and achieving peace in the region.

Dagens.com is following the press conference and providing continuous updates.

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