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Russia regards Zelensky's statements on return of Crimea "as direct threat"

Source : 112 Ukraine

Peskov stressed that the Kremlin is analyzing the statements of the Ukrainian President on Russian issues
16:19, 2 December 2021

Dmitriy Peskov
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The Kremlin regards the words of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky about the return of Crimea as a direct threat to Russia as RT reported citing Spokesperson of the Russian leader Dmitriy Peskov.

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He stressed that the Kremlin is analyzing the statements of the Ukrainian president on Russian issues.

“Let’s consider yesterday's statements on Russian issues. Addressing a speech in parliament, Zelensky said that the return of Crimea should be the main goal and philosophy of Ukraine. That is, in fact, we see it as a direct threat to Russia,” Peskov said.

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On December 1, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky spoke in the Verkhovna Rada with a message about the external and internal situation of Ukraine.

Zelensky said that he is not afraid of a direct conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin and is ready for it.

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