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Kyiv slams Putin's offer of 'immediate' peace if Ukraine says no to NATO and cedes occupied areas

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he would “immediately” order a ceasefire in Ukraine if Kyiv started withdrawing troops from four regions occupied and unilaterally annexed by Moscow in 2022 and renounced plans to join NATO.

During a speech at the Russian Foreign Ministry in Moscow on Friday, Putin said his proposal would provide a “final resolution” to the conflict rather than “freezing it" and stressed that the Kremlin is “ready to start negotiations without delay”.

“We will do it immediately,” the Russian leader said, adding that the proposal would restore "unity" between the two warring nations and Europe more broadly.

Ukrainian government advisor Mykhailo Podolyak slammed the proposal on social media, saying "there is no new 'peace proposal' from Russia" while describing the demands as a "complete sham".

"Its content is ... highly offensive to international law and speaks absolutely eloquently about the incapacity of the current Russian leadership to adequately assess realities," he said in a post in X.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg also rejected Putin's offer during a press conference in Brussels, labelling the pitch as not being made in "good faith." "It's not for Ukraine to withdraw forces from Ukrainian territory," he said on Friday. "It's for Russia to withdraw their forces from occupied Ukrainian land."

Ukraine wants to join the 32-member military alliance and has demanded that Russia withdraw its troops from all territories.

Putin's remarks came as G7 leaders met in Italy and agreed to provide a €46 billion loan package for Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy also signed a 10-year security agreement with his US counterpart, Joe Biden.

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