Zelensky: Putin's ultimatum cannot be trusted

Zelenski, Photo: Printscreen

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said today that the conditions set by Russian President Vladimir Putin for ending the war are an "ultimatum" that cannot be trusted.

"I believe that Putin will not stop his military offensive even if his demands for a ceasefire are met. These are ultimate messages that are no different from the messages of the past. It's the same thing that Hitler once did. That's why we shouldn't believe these messages," Zelensky told the Italian channel SkyTG4 on the sidelines of the G7 Summit, which is being held in the southern Italian resort of Borgo Egnatia.

The Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs also spoke out, calling Putin's words "absurd" and emphasizing that the Russian president is trying to deceive world powers and undermine real peace efforts.

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