The Kremlin replied to Zelensky: You stopped being an opponent of Putin a long time ago

epa06259003 Russian President Vladimir Putin (front) and Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov (back) attend a session of the Council of Heads of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) in the Black sea resort of Sochi, Russia, 11 October 2017. CIS leaders meet in Sochi to discuss cooperation within the Commonwealth. EPA-EFE / MAXIM SHEMETOV / POOL

The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that he is not interested in meeting with Vladimir Putin for peace talks, saying that he is actually irrelevant and that he is not sure who exactly makes the decisions in Russia.

"I am not interested in a meeting with Putin. No meeting, no negotiations. I really don't know who makes the decisions in Russia. "After the all-out invasion, Putin is nobody to me," Zelensky said.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov dismissed Zelensky's comments that Vladimir Putin was a "nobody" he was not interested in talking to. "I don't think a response to such statements is necessary," answered Peskov.

"He himself stopped being an opponent of President Putin a long time ago," he said, pointing to what he said was Zelensky's failure to fulfill his campaign promises to resolve the situation in Ukraine's Donbass region and fulfill the Minsk agreements. "He was preparing for war," he said.

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