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Petro Poroshenko, who was chief of Ukraine from 2014 to 2019, mentioned his nation will reclaim not solely the Donbas area but in addition Crimea, which was annexed by the Russians at the begin of his Presidency. He added that Putin posed a risk not solely to “neighbouring countries” however the world if he was not faraway from office in Russia. 

Mr Poroshenko mentioned: “All Ukrainian land including Crimea, including Donbas, including Kherson, we will definitely liberate. 

“Exactly like how the Supreme commander and chief of Ukrainian armed forces in 2014 made Mariupol free. Together they also occupied two-thirds of the Donbas. 

“We did that in 2014 and we will do that the same now.” 

GB News presenter Darren McCaffrey then requested: “Do you think Ukraine will not settle now?”

He added: “Does Ukrainian victory mean pushing Russians out of not just the Donbas region but maybe even Crimea too?” 

Former President Poroshenko mentioned: “Please, remove ‘even’. Donbas, definitely. Crimea, definitely. And point number three: De-Putinise Russia. 

“De-Putinise Europe and de-Putinise the world. If we do not do that, in one or two years time, Putin can knock at the door of any neighbouring countries.

“Or maybe not neighbouring. Now Putin is completely unpredictable.”

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Russia’s deputy international minister, Andrei Rudenko claimed Ukraine had been the one to “withdraw” from the negotiations. 

He mentioned: “No, the negotiations are not continuing. Ukraine has practically withdrawn from the negotiating process.”

It comes as the US State Department introduced in the present day the launch of a brand new program to seize and analyse proof of conflict crimes and different atrocities perpetrated by Russia in Ukraine, as Washington seeks to guarantee Russia is held accountable for its actions.

The State Department in a press release mentioned the so-called Conflict Observatory will embody the documentation, verification and dissemination of open-source proof of the actions of Russian forces in Ukraine.

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