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Wires carrying comments from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky following the ratification of a deal between Ukraine, Russia, Turkey, and the United Nations today to provide for safe passage of grain through the Black Sea.

  • Zelensky's comments per WSJ: "A ceasefire with Russia, without reclaiming lost lands, will only prolong the war."
  • "The society believes that all the territories must be liberated first, and then we can negotiate about what to do."
  • "Freezing the conflict with the Russian Federation means a pause that gives the Russian Federation a break for rest."
  • "Diplomatic concessions to Moscow today [on grain corridors] might stabilise markets somewhat, but would only provide temporary respite, boomerang in future."
  • "Western supplies of HIMARS, while making a material difference, are much lower than what Ukraine needs to turn the tide."
  • Zelensky's comments are consistent with those coming out of Kyiv this month: That Ukraine will not accept territorial concessions in order to negotiate a ceasefire with Russia. Moreover, the Ukrainian President has against stressed that negotiations with Russia over grain should not be considered a precursor to ceasefire negotiations.

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