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US prompts Ukraine-Russia talks, Asks Kyiv to take a step

US prompts Ukraine-Russia talks, Asks Kyiv to take a step

Washington: The US has privately asked Kyiv to show that it is open to negotiating with Russia. The Biden administration said Ukraine should stop publicly refusing peace talks. Kyiv has been refusing to engage in negotiations with Moscow unless President Vladimir Putin is removed from power.

The report in the Washington Post clarified that American officials are not pushing Ukraine to the negotiating table. It is a calculated attempt to make sure that Kyiv has the support of other nations that are wary of a war that could last for years. Washington officials also think that Putin is not serious about negotiations now but Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's refusal to engage in peace talks has caused concern in Europe, Africa, and Latin America.

The cost of food and fuel has steeply risen particularly in these parts because of the war that has been going on for eight months now. An unnamed US official told the publication that Ukraine fatigue is a real thing for some countries. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has already affected the world economy, created an energy crisis, influenced the food supply, and triggered fears of a nuclear war.

The US has been vocal about the support it is ready to offer Kyiv "for as long as it takes." On Friday, U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan visited Kyiv on Friday and said the Biden administration's support for Ukraine will remain "unwavering and unflinching."

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