The conflict in Ukraine will end with negotiations, Alexey Chepa, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs, said. Izvestia reports on this on October 10.
“In any case, the conflict will end in negotiations, but the most important question is on what terms. Putin said that we are ready to negotiate on the condition that the referendum is held,” he said.
The deputy noted that European politicians and businessmen began to understand that sanctions against Russia are aimed “primarily at bankrupting Europe.”
“In order for Europe not to slide further into the abyss, it is necessary to somehow get out of this conflict, out of sanctions and give a correct assessment of the situation that led to this conflict,” Chepa stressed.