Putin wants Ukraine ceasefire on current frontlines

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Well, not sure that Zelensky will go for this, as it, in effect, gives the victory to Russia. It is a way out though..and it does make Putin look like the reasonable one..LOL!


Russian President Vladimir Putin is ready to halt the war in Ukraine with a negotiated ceasefire that recognises the current battlefield lines, four Russian sources told Reuters, saying he is prepared to fight on if Kyiv and the West do not respond.
Three of the sources, familiar with discussions in Putin's entourage, said the veteran Russian leader had expressed frustration to a small group of advisers about what he views as Western-backed attempts to stymie negotiations and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's decision to rule out talks.

"Putin can fight for as long as it takes, but Putin is also ready for a ceasefire – to freeze the war," said another of the four, a senior Russian source who has worked with Putin and has knowledge of top level conversations in the Kremlin.
He, like the others cited in this story, spoke on condition of anonymity given the matter's sensitivity.
For this account, Reuters spoke to a total of five people who work with or have worked with Putin at a senior level in the political and business worlds. The fifth source did not comment on freezing the war at the current frontlines.

Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov, in response to a request for comment, said the Kremlin chief had repeatedly made clear Russia was open to dialogue to achieve its goals, saying the country did not want “eternal war.”
Ukraine's foreign and defence ministries did not respond to questions.
The appointment last week of economist Andrei Belousov as Russia's defence minister was seen by some Western military and political analysts as placing the Russian economy on a permanent war footing in order to win a protracted conflict.

It followed sustained battlefield pressure and territorial advances by Russia in recent weeks.
However, the sources said that Putin, re-elected in March for a new six-year term, would rather use Russia's current momentum to put the war behind him. They did not directly comment on the new defence minister.

Based on their knowledge of conversations in the upper ranks of the Kremlin, two of the sources said Putin was of the view that gains in the war so far were enough to sell a victory to the Russian people.
 
Right from the beginning, all Russia wanted was border security. Putin never did have a goal of conquering Europe.

And right from the beginning, America only wanted to destroy Russia, and still does.

And right from the beginning, the Ukraine has been pawns for the meatgrinder, and will continue to be so on behalf of America's ambitions.

If the world survives nuclear war, maybe Trump will bring a miracle to save us?
 
Right from the beginning, all Russia wanted was border security. Putin never did have a goal of conquering Europe.

And right from the beginning, America only wanted to destroy Russia, and still does.

And right from the beginning, the Ukraine has been pawns for the meatgrinder, and will continue to be so on behalf of America's ambitions.

If the world survives nuclear war, maybe Trump will bring a miracle to save us?
Sure..if by Border Security you mean a return to the 20th century USSR borders~

The US does not want to destroy Russia, we just want to cut its Balls off...for the good of Europe and the world, of course.

A nice fat, friendly housecat--dreaming in the sun...of the good ole days.

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Right from the beginning, all Russia wanted was border security. Putin never did have a goal of conquering Europe.

And right from the beginning, America only wanted to destroy Russia, and still does.

And right from the beginning, the Ukraine has been pawns for the meatgrinder, and will continue to be so on behalf of America's ambitions.

If the world survives nuclear war, maybe Trump will bring a miracle to save us?
HA, show me where or when Ukraine tried to make ANY advances on Russia.
Who attacked UKRAINE, LOOK IT UP. RUSSIA ATTACKS other peoples lands
with very lame excuses.
 
HA, show me where or when Ukraine tried to make ANY advances on Russia.
Who attacked UKRAINE, LOOK IT UP. RUSSIA ATTACKS other peoples lands
with very lame excuses.
Ukrainian Nazis have been attacking and killing ethnic Russians in the Donbass since 2014.
 
Well, not sure that Zelensky will go for this, as it, in effect, gives the victory to Russia. It is a way out though..and it does make Putin look like the reasonable one..LOL!


Russian President Vladimir Putin is ready to halt the war in Ukraine with a negotiated ceasefire that recognises the current battlefield lines, four Russian sources told Reuters, saying he is prepared to fight on if Kyiv and the West do not respond.
Three of the sources, familiar with discussions in Putin's entourage, said the veteran Russian leader had expressed frustration to a small group of advisers about what he views as Western-backed attempts to stymie negotiations and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's decision to rule out talks.

"Putin can fight for as long as it takes, but Putin is also ready for a ceasefire – to freeze the war," said another of the four, a senior Russian source who has worked with Putin and has knowledge of top level conversations in the Kremlin.
He, like the others cited in this story, spoke on condition of anonymity given the matter's sensitivity.
For this account, Reuters spoke to a total of five people who work with or have worked with Putin at a senior level in the political and business worlds. The fifth source did not comment on freezing the war at the current frontlines.

Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov, in response to a request for comment, said the Kremlin chief had repeatedly made clear Russia was open to dialogue to achieve its goals, saying the country did not want “eternal war.”
Ukraine's foreign and defence ministries did not respond to questions.
The appointment last week of economist Andrei Belousov as Russia's defence minister was seen by some Western military and political analysts as placing the Russian economy on a permanent war footing in order to win a protracted conflict.

It followed sustained battlefield pressure and territorial advances by Russia in recent weeks.
However, the sources said that Putin, re-elected in March for a new six-year term, would rather use Russia's current momentum to put the war behind him. They did not directly comment on the new defence minister.

Based on their knowledge of conversations in the upper ranks of the Kremlin, two of the sources said Putin was of the view that gains in the war so far were enough to sell a victory to the Russian people.
LOL. They guy is just such a great human being.
 
Right from the beginning, all Russia wanted was border security. Putin never did have a goal of conquering Europe.

And right from the beginning, America only wanted to destroy Russia, and still does.

And right from the beginning, the Ukraine has been pawns for the meatgrinder, and will continue to be so on behalf of America's ambitions.

If the world survives nuclear war, maybe Trump will bring a miracle to save us?
Another one of Putin's useful idiots.
 
Well, not sure that Zelensky will go for this, as it, in effect, gives the victory to Russia. It is a way out though..and it does make Putin look like the reasonable one..LOL!


Russian President Vladimir Putin is ready to halt the war in Ukraine with a negotiated ceasefire that recognises the current battlefield lines, four Russian sources told Reuters, saying he is prepared to fight on if Kyiv and the West do not respond.
Three of the sources, familiar with discussions in Putin's entourage, said the veteran Russian leader had expressed frustration to a small group of advisers about what he views as Western-backed attempts to stymie negotiations and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's decision to rule out talks.

"Putin can fight for as long as it takes, but Putin is also ready for a ceasefire – to freeze the war," said another of the four, a senior Russian source who has worked with Putin and has knowledge of top level conversations in the Kremlin.
He, like the others cited in this story, spoke on condition of anonymity given the matter's sensitivity.
For this account, Reuters spoke to a total of five people who work with or have worked with Putin at a senior level in the political and business worlds. The fifth source did not comment on freezing the war at the current frontlines.

Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov, in response to a request for comment, said the Kremlin chief had repeatedly made clear Russia was open to dialogue to achieve its goals, saying the country did not want “eternal war.”
Ukraine's foreign and defence ministries did not respond to questions.
The appointment last week of economist Andrei Belousov as Russia's defence minister was seen by some Western military and political analysts as placing the Russian economy on a permanent war footing in order to win a protracted conflict.

It followed sustained battlefield pressure and territorial advances by Russia in recent weeks.
However, the sources said that Putin, re-elected in March for a new six-year term, would rather use Russia's current momentum to put the war behind him. They did not directly comment on the new defence minister.

Based on their knowledge of conversations in the upper ranks of the Kremlin, two of the sources said Putin was of the view that gains in the war so far were enough to sell a victory to the Russian people.

Of course he does. He sees the minute gains made since the lack of aid to Ukraine now slipping away as those advanced weapons systems roll in, and the casualties among the Orcs increasing exponentially.

The casualty count has now crossed 500,000, with a los of over 1300 last week alone. And with Shadow Hawk, and ACTACM missile systems now hitting deep inside of Russian territory, and the addition of thousands of Bradley Fighting Vehicles, and MRAP's. The summer campaign will only get worse for Putin, and with a new million man recruiting success by the Ukraine Army, to shore up the ground war. Their training should conclude in time for the air cover they will receive as F-16 training for Ukranian pilots also concludes.

After two years of Russian aggression they are now weaker militarily, and hold even less ground than they did at the start.
 
Well, not sure that Zelensky will go for this, as it, in effect, gives the victory to Russia. It is a way out though..and it does make Putin look like the reasonable one..LOL!


Russian President Vladimir Putin is ready to halt the war in Ukraine with a negotiated ceasefire that recognises the current battlefield lines, four Russian sources told Reuters, saying he is prepared to fight on if Kyiv and the West do not respond.
Three of the sources, familiar with discussions in Putin's entourage, said the veteran Russian leader had expressed frustration to a small group of advisers about what he views as Western-backed attempts to stymie negotiations and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's decision to rule out talks.

"Putin can fight for as long as it takes, but Putin is also ready for a ceasefire – to freeze the war," said another of the four, a senior Russian source who has worked with Putin and has knowledge of top level conversations in the Kremlin.
He, like the others cited in this story, spoke on condition of anonymity given the matter's sensitivity.
For this account, Reuters spoke to a total of five people who work with or have worked with Putin at a senior level in the political and business worlds. The fifth source did not comment on freezing the war at the current frontlines.

Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov, in response to a request for comment, said the Kremlin chief had repeatedly made clear Russia was open to dialogue to achieve its goals, saying the country did not want “eternal war.”
Ukraine's foreign and defence ministries did not respond to questions.
The appointment last week of economist Andrei Belousov as Russia's defence minister was seen by some Western military and political analysts as placing the Russian economy on a permanent war footing in order to win a protracted conflict.

It followed sustained battlefield pressure and territorial advances by Russia in recent weeks.
However, the sources said that Putin, re-elected in March for a new six-year term, would rather use Russia's current momentum to put the war behind him. They did not directly comment on the new defence minister.

Based on their knowledge of conversations in the upper ranks of the Kremlin, two of the sources said Putin was of the view that gains in the war so far were enough to sell a victory to the Russian people.
Saddam 🇸🇦 🐷 🇷🇺 Putsein is starting to feel the punch ...

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It's just wishful thinking of Reuters imbeciles. Nobody wants ceasefire. Actually, ceasefire is impossible because -
a) NATO didn't returned to the 1997 borders yet.
b) part of Russian territory (in Kherson and Zaporojie regions) is still occupied by Ukrainians.
c) Zelenskiy is not Ukrainian president anymore (and Ukraine don't have a president at all).
 
It is the only way to halt this senseless war. It definitely should be tried.
Of course it's not the only way. Actually, it's not a way at all. Unconditional surrender and further execution of Kievan Junta and war criminals sounds much better for me. I think it's the best way to achieve long-lasting and reliable peace.
 
Of course he does. He sees the minute gains made since the lack of aid to Ukraine now slipping away as those advanced weapons systems roll in, and the casualties among the Orcs increasing exponentially.

The casualty count has now crossed 500,000, with a los of over 1300 last week alone. And with Shadow Hawk, and ACTACM missile systems now hitting deep inside of Russian territory, and the addition of thousands of Bradley Fighting Vehicles, and MRAP's. The summer campaign will only get worse for Putin, and with a new million man recruiting success by the Ukraine Army, to shore up the ground war. Their training should conclude in time for the air cover they will receive as F-16 training for Ukranian pilots also concludes.

After two years of Russian aggression they are now weaker militarily, and hold even less ground than they did at the start.
Wow, wow, wow... Can you give me contact of your dealer? Looks like this sh-t is really mind-blowing. It can't be legal even in the USA.
 
Of course it's not the only way. Actually, it's not a way at all. Unconditional surrender and further execution of Kievan Junta and war criminals sounds much better for me. I think it's the best way to achieve long-lasting and reliable peace.
It is irrelevant what sounds to you. There are only two things that really matter - what gains your dogshit army can get in the coming months, and what the November election will bring.
 
It is irrelevant what sounds to you. There are only two things that really matter - what gains your dogshit army can get in the coming months, and what the November election will bring.
Whatever territories will be liberated in new months, whoever win November elections, we won't stop at least until total elimination of Kievan regime.
 
Well, not sure that Zelensky will go for this, as it, in effect, gives the victory to Russia. It is a way out though..and it does make Putin look like the reasonable one..LOL!


Russian President Vladimir Putin is ready to halt the war in Ukraine with a negotiated ceasefire that recognises the current battlefield lines, four Russian sources told Reuters, saying he is prepared to fight on if Kyiv and the West do not respond.
Three of the sources, familiar with discussions in Putin's entourage, said the veteran Russian leader had expressed frustration to a small group of advisers about what he views as Western-backed attempts to stymie negotiations and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's decision to rule out talks.

"Putin can fight for as long as it takes, but Putin is also ready for a ceasefire – to freeze the war," said another of the four, a senior Russian source who has worked with Putin and has knowledge of top level conversations in the Kremlin.
He, like the others cited in this story, spoke on condition of anonymity given the matter's sensitivity.
For this account, Reuters spoke to a total of five people who work with or have worked with Putin at a senior level in the political and business worlds. The fifth source did not comment on freezing the war at the current frontlines.

Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov, in response to a request for comment, said the Kremlin chief had repeatedly made clear Russia was open to dialogue to achieve its goals, saying the country did not want “eternal war.”
Ukraine's foreign and defence ministries did not respond to questions.
The appointment last week of economist Andrei Belousov as Russia's defence minister was seen by some Western military and political analysts as placing the Russian economy on a permanent war footing in order to win a protracted conflict.

It followed sustained battlefield pressure and territorial advances by Russia in recent weeks.
However, the sources said that Putin, re-elected in March for a new six-year term, would rather use Russia's current momentum to put the war behind him. They did not directly comment on the new defence minister.

Based on their knowledge of conversations in the upper ranks of the Kremlin, two of the sources said Putin was of the view that gains in the war so far were enough to sell a victory to the Russian people.
Because Russia has ran out of money -

 
Because Russia has ran out of money -

Really? Russia has plenty of money. We took four regions with all their wealth and with working population. More land (with coal, Thorium, iron, wheat fields, cherry gardens and other things) we have, more money we can print without increasing inflation. Say nothing about increasing oil, gas, coal, lumber, fertilizers, and other sales in other countries.
 
Really? Russia has plenty of money. We took four regions with all their wealth and with working population. More land (with coal, Thorium, iron, wheat fields, cherry gardens and other things) we have, more money we can print without increasing inflation. Say nothing about increasing oil, gas, coal, lumber, fertilizers, and other sales in other countries.
Yes, according to the article.
 

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