The Kremlin ruled on Tuesday June 28 that its offensive in Ukraine would end when the authorities and the Ukrainian army have capitulated. The Ukrainian side can end (the conflict) within one day. Nationalist units must be ordered to lay down their arms, Ukrainian soldiers must be ordered to lay down their arms and all the conditions set by Russia must be implemented. Then it will all be over in one day, said Dmitry Peskov, Vladimir Putin’s spokesman. According to him, no deadline or timetable has been set on the Russian side: we are guided by the statements of our president. Dmitry Peskov once again assured that the special military operation was going according to plan, using understatement in Russia to refer to the assault on Ukraine. A response to the G7 He was reacting to remarks attributed to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky before the heads of state and government of the G7 calling on them to do their utmost to put an end to the conflict which is ravaging his country before the end of the year. Russia launched a vast military offensive against Ukraine on February 24 to demilitarize and “denazify” its neighbor, accusing it of an alleged genocide of Russian-speaking populations. The fierce resistance of Ukrainian forces led Russia to revise its ambitions and focus on the east of the country. The fighting there is deadly and the Russian advances slow. Peace talks have been stalled for weeks, with each side blaming the other. War in Ukraine. Russia assures that it will stop its offensive when kyiv capitulatesEXPAND
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