Feb 14, 2022

By Bob Komsic

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Moscow’s top diplomat is advising Vladimir Putin to keep lines of communication open as efforts continue to head off what Washington has warned could be an imminent further invasion of Ukraine.
In a televised exchange, the Russian president could be seen asking Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov if there was a chance of an agreement to address the Kremlin’s security concerns.
(Agence France-Presse))
Lavrov answered Russia has already warned more than once that it will not allow endless negotiations on questions that demand a solution today.
But then added ”it seems to me that our possibilities are far from exhausted.”
Meanwhile, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenky in Kyiv Monday which will be followed by a meeting Tuesday with Putin in Moscow.
Ukraine’s ambassador to Britain is backtracking on comments suggesting Kyiv would reconsider its attempt to join NATO – one of Russia’s main concerns – but does say other concessions are possible.
”We are not a member of NATO right now and to avoid war we are ready for many concessions, and that is what we are doing in conversations with the Russians,” said Vadym Prystaiko. 
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