Russian President Vladimir Putin, speaking in the Kremlin, asked the Ukrainian government to cease fire and negotiate with Russia.


[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Russian President Vladimir Putin today (30) signed the agreement of Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk, Lugansk and Kherson. Kherson), an agreement on the annexation of four regions to the Russian Federation, he called on the Ukrainian government in his speech, demanding that Kyiv respect the choice of the local people and "cease fire immediately and return to the negotiating table".

The BBC reported that Putin said in his speech that the result was the "natural right" of the voters. "The result is clear to everyone, everyone knows it." Putin then said to thunderous applause, "I'm sure The Russian Federation Council will support 4 new regions of Russia, 4 new constituent states of the Russian Federation, because this is the will of millions of people.”

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The speech was held in the Kremlin and was attended by pro-Russian leaders of Zaporozhye, Donetsk, Luhansk and Kherson.

Putin said he hoped everyone in Kyiv and the Western world would hear clearly that the people of Ukraine's Donbas region will forever be Russian citizens and that the Kyiv government should "extremely respect the expression of this will."

Putin said that Russia will use all means to defend its homeland and "must give our people a safe living environment." He went on to appeal to Russian soldiers and their families who participated in the war, saying that these people must understand "why we fight."

Putin went on to point the finger at the West, pointing out that "greedy" Western countries want to take over Russia with their currency and technological achievements, "They don't want us to be a free society, they want to see a group of Cowardly slave." To applause, Putin said, "They don't want Russia, we need Russia!"

Putin went on to allege that "Anglo-Saxons" (referring to the United Kingdom) helped plan the explosion of the Baltic (North Stream) pipeline, and criticized the U.S. military as "barbaric" when referring to the expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). ".

Putin also urged Ukraine to "immediately cease fire and return to negotiation and negotiation", but he also stressed that the people of Zaporozhye and other four regions have made "their choices" and that there is no room for negotiation in this regard.

The BBC specifically mentioned that after the signing ceremony, Putin stood up with pro-Russian leaders, and the crowd chanted "Russia! Russia! Russia!", and this scene was related to Russia's annexation of Kerry eight years ago. The situation on the Mia Peninsula is very similar.