Kremlin spokesperson Peskov alleges that Russia’s “goal” is “to end the war”

23 December 2022, 02:55 PM
Dmitry Peskov (Photo:Sputnik/Valeriy Sharifulin/Pool via REUTERS)

Dmitry Peskov (Photo:Sputnik/Valeriy Sharifulin/Pool via REUTERS)

Dmitry Peskov, the press secretary for Russian dictator Vladimir Putin, has commented on his boss’ statement that Russia’s goal is to “end the war,” Russian propaganda outlet RIA Novosti reported on Dec. 23

According to him, there are no “preliminary contacts” regarding negotiations.

“Of course, any conflict ends at the negotiating table,” Peskov lied.

The dictator’s spokesperson claimed that it is primarily about ending the war as soon as possible “by achieving the goals that the Russian Federation sets for itself.”

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For the first time since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, on Dec. 22, Russian dictator Vladimir Putin has publicly called the invasion a “war” instead of a “special military operation.”

“Our goal is not to spin the flywheel of military conflict, but, on the contrary, to end this war,” he lied.

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