Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Monday that peace talks with Ukraine would continue, while cautioning there was a “actual” risk of a World War III.
Speaking to Russian information agencies, he criticized Kyiv’s technique to the talks, including: “Good will has its limits. Yet if it isn’t reciprocal, that doesn’t help the arrangement procedure.
” But we are remaining to participate in settlements with the group passed on by [Ukrainian President Volodymyr] Zelensky, as well as these calls will go on.”
Lavrov implicated previous actor Zelensky of “acting” to negotiate.
” He’s a good actor,” he claimed.
He added: “If you see diligently and also review attentively what he says, you’ll locate a thousand oppositions.”
Offered the existing tensions, Lavrov claimed the risk of a World War III was “actual.”
” The danger is serious, it is genuine, you can not ignore it,” Lavrov told the Interfax news agency.
Of the recurring dispute in Ukraine, he said he was positive that “whatever will certainly naturally do with the signing of an accord.
” But the parameters of this accord will be specified by the state of the fighting that will have happened right now the accord comes to be truth,” he added.