Zelenskyy: I’m not quite sure if Putin is still alive


President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is not entirely sure that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is still alive.

Source: Zelensky during a speech at the Ukrainian breakfast in Davos

Quote: “I don’t quite understand who to talk to and what about. I’m not sure if the Russian president who sometimes appears against a green-screen chromakey is actually the [right] a. I don’t quite understand if he’s alive or if he’s making decisions, or whoever is making decisions out there. What group of people [could be making any decisions in Russia]? I don’t have that kind of information.

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I don’t quite understand how you can promise European leaders one thing and launch a full-scale invasion of a country the next day. I just don’t quite understand who we’re dealing with. When we say ‘peace talks’, I don’t quite understand with whom [we should be negotiating].

We are talking to you now: you know exactly who I am, and I know exactly who you are. There are witnesses that we are alive. And even if we talk about different things, we can reach a consensus.

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It seems to me that Russia must first find ‘someone’ and then propose ‘something’ [perhaps Zelenskyy is referring to Putin coming forward and agreeing to Ukraine’s conditions so as to end the war – ed.].”

Details: The president stressed that Ukraine has made every effort to liberate its territories through diplomacy and that peace negotiations in themselves are not yet peace.

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