Mikhail Podolyak, an adviser to the office of the Ukrainian president, called the ceasefire on Russia’s terms unacceptable, adding that Kyiv can move troops and equipment as it pleases.
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What else became known about the course of the special operation and related events in the world on the morning of April 1, 2023.
Mikhail Podolyak, an adviser to the office of the Ukrainian president, said that the condition that Russia retain the LPR, DPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions that are part of it is unacceptable even for the sake of a ceasefire. As for the movement of troops and equipment during a truce, Kiev believes that on their territory they have the right to do as they see fit.
Commenting on the proposal for an immediate ceasefire voiced by the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, the same Podolyak called it “completely unacceptable.”
Meanwhile, Alexander Lukashenko in his statement noted that in order to resolve the Ukrainian conflict, negotiations must be started without preconditions, because “World War III with nuclear fires loomed on the horizon.”
Events in Russia
In Russia, they will continue to hand over subpoenas to conscripts against signature, instead of an electronic call to the military registration and enlistment office. The corresponding statement was made by the head of the Federation Council Committee on Defense and Security Viktor Bondarev. He added that email notifications “are not subpoenas.”
The General Staff of the RF Armed Forces commented on reports of plans for a second wave of mobilization. The department said that at the moment this is not necessary.
In relation to the comedian and bard Semyon Slepakov, who criticized the SVO in Ukraine, an audit was initiated under the article on discrediting the army.
The list of foreign agents was supplemented by the frontman of the Nogu Svelo! Maxim Pokrovsky, as well as Sergey Boyko (“Internet Protection Society”) and others.
The head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Dmitry Kuleba, commenting on the admission of Russian and Belarusian athletes to participate in the Wimbledon tournament, called the decision “immoral” and called for refusing to issue visas to participants.
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that the new version of the Russian Foreign Policy Concept had been approved.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said that EU countries are close to starting discussions on sending “peacekeeping-type” troops to Ukraine. According to the politician, in this case, too, Hungary will oppose such support for Kyiv.