Bennett: Russia no longer wants to replace Zelensky or demilitarize Ukraine
The Jerusalem Post reports: “Prime Minister Naftali Bennett stated that the Russians are no longer demanding the removal of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky nor the complete demilitarization of Ukraine, adding that there is ‘still a long way to go’ in mediating between Russia and Ukraine, at Ynet’s ‘People of the State’ conference on Monday.
Bennett added that Ukraine was also no longer demanding to join NATO.
‘We will continue together with our other friends in the world to try to bridge [between the sides] to put an end to the war, this is the best thing that can happen,’ added the prime minister.
Russian officials have said in recent weeks that they are aiming to ‘denazify‘ and demilitarize Ukraine, with Ukrainian officials saying Russia wants to remove Zelensky and his government and install a puppet government.
Russian authorities have not officially stated that they’ve given up on demilitarizing Ukraine…”View Original Article