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Stoltenberg responded to Putin's conditions for peace in Ukraine


NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg described Russian President Vladimir Putin's proposal for peace in Ukraine as aimed "not at peace, but at aggression." According to "Armenpress", he said this at a meeting with NATO defense ministers in Brussels. "It is not that Ukraine should withdraw its forces from the Ukrainian territory, but Russia should withdraw its forces from the occupied Ukrainian lands. This proposal essentially means that Russia will get more rights to seize more Ukrainian land, all four regions that they claim are not Ukrainian," Stoltenberg said. According to the NATO leader, this proposal means that Russia will achieve its war aims by expecting Ukraine to give up its lands. "This is not a peace offer, this is more aggression, more occupation, and in some ways it shows that Russia's goal is to control Ukraine, and it has been Russia's goal from the very beginning of the war," said Stoltenberg. He added that this is a gross violation of international law, and that is why NATO allies continue to support Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin on June 14 as part of peace talks with Ukraine stated as a precondition that Ukraine should abandon its plans to join NATO, and Ukrainian troops should leave the territory of the internationally unrecognized Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, which were partially under Russian control during military operations. At the same time, Putin noted that we are talking about the entire administrative territory of the mentioned regions, not only those parts that are currently under the control of the Russian Armed Forces.