Zelensky Ready To ‘Discuss & Find Compromise’ On Crimea, No Longer Insists On NATO Membership


President Zelensky’s 14-hour old ABC News interview (which we detailed hours ago below) is finally getting widespread distribution and is being repackaged as a significant nod to Moscow on what’s been Putin’s core issue he cited as justification for launching the war:

In another apparent nod aimed at placating Moscow, Zelensky said he is open to “compromise” on the status of two breakaway pro-Russian territories that President Vladimir Putin recognized as independent just before unleashing the invasion on February 24.

“I have cooled down regarding this question a long time ago after we understood that …NATO is not prepared to accept Ukraine,” Zelensky said in an interview aired Monday night on ABC News.

Let him turn away from evil and do good;
Let him seek peace and pursue it.” 1 Peter 3:11


“The alliance is afraid of controversial things, and confrontation with Russia,” the president added.

“I’m talking about security guarantees,” Zelensky said, explaining that Ukraine is now open for dialogue on these central Russian security demands in order to stop the war.

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