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Former Italian Primeir Silvio Berlusconi To Mediate Russia-Ukraine Peace Talks

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Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said on Friday that the Kremlin was open to any contacts that would help in resolving the military conflict in Ukraine.

“You know, and President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly said that we are always happy to welcome any efforts in terms of peacekeeping and support such efforts,” Peskov said.

He also commented in the reports about the desire of former Italian Prime Minister and Senator Silvio Berlusconi to become a mediator in the negotiations between Russia and Ukraine.

“As for luring someone, it’s better to lure President Zelensky somewhere,” he added.

Peskov spoke out against “luring” Vladimir Putin into negotiations. According to him, it is better to “lure” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky somewhere.

On November 7, Vladimir Zelensky spoke about receiving “certain signals” from leaders of other countries about Vladimir Putin’s desire to resume the negotiation process.

The President of Ukraine said that negotiations with Russia should go “publicly, not behind the scenes.” In response to this, the Kremlin said that “there are no public negotiations.”