According to him, this emphasizes that Putin understands the position in which he is.
Russian President Vladimir Putin began to understand what was really going on at the front after the famous speech of Deputy General Staff General Rudsky on March 25, who said that “we are not going to take any Kyiv, we are there so easily, I don’t know why, and our main task is to defend the Donbass “.
This opinion is on the air “Radio. Freedom” expressed the political scientist Andrey Piontkovsky.
“And when they now announced that there was a regrouping of forces … He perfectly understands these things. What is all his foreign policy activity? He is seeking a truce, using all his possibilities. First there was a mission to Kyiv by Draghi, Macron, Scholz, it failed. Then he hired Erdogan.Proof that he understands everything and is desperately seeking a truce is the huge geopolitical price he paid Erdogan.He betrayed Armenia, he gave Erdogan, Turkey a free hand in the three regions where he competed with him , including in the military sphere – in Nagorno-Karabakh, and now Armenia itself, in Syria and even in Libya. Erdogan received a huge price for a dummy – for what he promised: he would talk to Zelensky … “, – noted the political scientist.
According to him, this emphasizes that Putin understands the situation in which he finds himself, and is desperately looking for a way out of it in the form of a ceasefire and the conclusion of some kind of agreement that secures the occupied territories for Russia, allows him to sell to his entourage and people some illusion of the so-called victory.
Recall, earlier it was reported that after the successful counter-offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Putin began to change his position regarding negotiations with Kyiv.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said he has no plans to negotiate with Russian President Putin at the moment.
In turn, ex-President of the Russian Federation Medvedev issued a new portion of nonsense, angrily commenting on Zelensky’s refusal to negotiate with the invaders.
At the same time, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba noted that Moscow would start talking seriously about negotiations only after the positions of its army were weakened as much as possible.